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Ch. 12 Occupational Therapy Process: Evaluation, Intervention, and Outcomes
Occupational profile
Collaborative
Occupational performance analysis
Interviewing
To determine what the client's needs are, gain an understandi…
The relationship between the practitioner and the client is a…
____________________ entails examining all aspects of the occ…
The skill _________________ blends the formal accumulation of…
Occupational profile
To determine what the client's needs are, gain an understandi…
Collaborative
The relationship between the practitioner and the client is a…
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Intro to Occupational Therapy - Ch. 9, 10 and 12
Occupational Therapy Practice Framewor…
Areas of Occupation
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
Instrumental Activities of Daily Livin…
A revision to Uniform Terminology for Occupational Therapy, w…
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), Instrumental Activities of…
Activities involved in taking care of one's own body; include…
Activities that may be considered optional and involve the en…
Occupational Therapy Practice Framewor…
A revision to Uniform Terminology for Occupational Therapy, w…
Areas of Occupation
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), Instrumental Activities of…
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Crime Scene Investigation End of Chapter Questions
Standard identification data includes…
In order to be of value physical evide…
In order for physical evidence to be e…
The term "exemplar" refers to an item…
Case number, day/date/time of collection, Item number, initia…
Recognized, collected, preserved
Legal, and scientific
Comparison standard
Standard identification data includes…
Case number, day/date/time of collection, Item number, initia…
In order to be of value physical evide…
Recognized, collected, preserved
283 terms
Intro to OT Everything for the final
Evaluation Process purpose
Evaluation Process procedures
Evaluation Process steps
Step 1: Referral
Purpose is to find out what the client wants and needs
Procedures are based on the clent's ... -age... -diagnosis... -develop…
6 steps:... -Referral... -Screening... -Evaluation... -Treatment (or Inte…
Referral is a request for service for a particular client
Evaluation Process purpose
Purpose is to find out what the client wants and needs
Evaluation Process procedures
Procedures are based on the clent's ... -age... -diagnosis... -develop…
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Ch. 12 Occupational Therapy Process: Evaluation, Intervention, and Outcomes EXAM 2
Occupational profile
Collaborative
Occupational performance analysis
Interviewing
To determine what the client's needs are, gain an understandi…
The relationship between the practitioner and the client is a…
____________________ entails examining all aspects of the occ…
The skill _________________ blends the formal accumulation of…
Occupational profile
To determine what the client's needs are, gain an understandi…
Collaborative
The relationship between the practitioner and the client is a…
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Psychosocial Q/A
Fibromyalgia was first recognized as a…
These are exercises recommended for fi…
List the stages for dealing with a ski…
Who is most likely to receive a skin c…
70, 80
Tai Chi (most likely the answer)
Initial distress... Adjustment (coping)
Older, Caucasian women
Fibromyalgia was first recognized as a…
70, 80
These are exercises recommended for fi…
Tai Chi (most likely the answer)
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Intro to OT exam 3
Evaluation Process purpose
Evaluation Process procedures
Evaluation Process steps
Step 1: Referral
Purpose is to find out what the client wants and needs
Procedures are based on the clent's ... -age... -diagnosis... -develop…
6 steps:... -Referral... -Screening... -Evaluation... -Treatment (or Inte…
Referral is a request for service for a particular client
Evaluation Process purpose
Purpose is to find out what the client wants and needs
Evaluation Process procedures
Procedures are based on the clent's ... -age... -diagnosis... -develop…
Ch. 12 Occupational Therapy Process: Evaluation, Intervention, and Outcomes TAM TEST 1
Occupational profile
Collaborative
Occupational performance analysis
Interviewing
To determine what the client's needs are, gain an understandi…
The relationship between the practitioner and the client is a…
____________________ entails examining all aspects of the occ…
The skill _________________ blends the formal accumulation of…
Occupational profile
To determine what the client's needs are, gain an understandi…
Collaborative
The relationship between the practitioner and the client is a…
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Exam 2 - Ch 2 Occupational Therapy Process
Occupational Therapy Process
Evaluation
Referral
Screening
- interaction between practitioner and client, collaborative,…
find out what client wants/ needs; procedures based on client…
insurance coverage is not guaranteed without a request for se…
- gather preliminary info. And determine if further evaluatio…
Occupational Therapy Process
- interaction between practitioner and client, collaborative,…
Evaluation
find out what client wants/ needs; procedures based on client…
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Ch. 12 Occupational Therapy Process: Evaluation, Intervention, and Outcomes
involves the interaction between the p…
What are the three categories of the O…
includes referral, screening, developi…
includes intervention planning, implem…
occupational therapy process
- evaluation... - intervention... - outcome
evaluation process
intervention process
involves the interaction between the p…
occupational therapy process
What are the three categories of the O…
- evaluation... - intervention... - outcome
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Ch. 3: The Process of Occupational Therapy
referral
order/consultation
state licensure laws/third party payers
screening tools
the basic request for OT services
referral aka as..
what determines the ability for OT to act upon referral
measure broad performance abilities and include chart/medical…
referral
the basic request for OT services
order/consultation
referral aka as..
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Ch. 12 Obrien Exam 2
Occupational profile
Collaborative
Occupational performance analysis
Interviewing
To determine what the client's needs are, gain an understandi…
The relationship between the practitioner and the client is a…
____________________ entails examining all aspects of the occ…
The skill _________________ blends the formal accumulation of…
Occupational profile
To determine what the client's needs are, gain an understandi…
Collaborative
The relationship between the practitioner and the client is a…
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acct 407 - ch 7
audit evidence includes
3rd standard of fieldwork... auditor mus…
reasonable basis
audit evidence decision
-3rd standard of fieldwork (gaas)... -audit evidence decisions... -…
sufficient appropriate... reasonable basis
persuasive vs convincing
-which audit procedure to use... -when to perform the procedures…
audit evidence includes
-3rd standard of fieldwork (gaas)... -audit evidence decisions... -…
3rd standard of fieldwork... auditor mus…
sufficient appropriate... reasonable basis
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204 Chapter 10: The Occupational Therapy Process
The sequence of events a therapist fol…
Solomon categorizes the OT Process into:
a person recommended for service.
COTAS's role in a referral
The OT process
1. referral, screening and evaluation... 2. intervention plannin…
referral
-educates the client/family about the process of referrals.... -…
The sequence of events a therapist fol…
The OT process
Solomon categorizes the OT Process into:
1. referral, screening and evaluation... 2. intervention plannin…
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ORHS 2016 GENETICS SET 2 VOCABULARY
CO-DOMINANCE
INCOMPLETE DOMINANCE
SEX-LINKED GENES
SEX CHROMOSOMES
Heterozygous genotype that equally expresses the traits from…
Heterozygous phenotype that is a blend of the two homozygous…
Genes that are located on a sex chromosome.
Chromosomes that directly control the development of sexual c…
CO-DOMINANCE
Heterozygous genotype that equally expresses the traits from…
INCOMPLETE DOMINANCE
Heterozygous phenotype that is a blend of the two homozygous…
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Chapter 8
Anything that tends to prove or disapp…
You will collect _ types of evidence a…
You will collect 2 types of evidence a…
Evidence gathered from witnesses
Evidence
2
Testimonial... Physical
Testimonial Evidence
Anything that tends to prove or disapp…
Evidence
You will collect _ types of evidence a…
2
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Ryan's Occupational Therapy Assistant Test 3
FOR
Parts of a FOR
theoretical base
theoretical assumptions
frame of reference
theoretical base, theoretical assumptions, function/dysfuncti…
concept drawn from various theories that support the use of t…
statements that are knowledge based and are indentified as se…
FOR
frame of reference
Parts of a FOR
theoretical base, theoretical assumptions, function/dysfuncti…
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Ryan's Occupational Therapy Assistant Test 3
FOR
Parts of a FOR
theoretical base
theoretical assumptions
frame of reference
theoretical base, theoretical assumptions, function/dysfuncti…
concept drawn from various theories that support the use of t…
statements that are knowledge based and are indentified as se…
FOR
frame of reference
Parts of a FOR
theoretical base, theoretical assumptions, function/dysfuncti…
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The Process of Occupational Therapy
Referral
Screening
Evaluation
Sociocultural aspects
basic request for occupational therapy services
acquisition of information to determine the need for an in de…
comprehensive process of obtaining and interpreting the data…
roles, values, norms, and supports... ex: in some cultures, home…
Referral
basic request for occupational therapy services
Screening
acquisition of information to determine the need for an in de…
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The OT process powerpoint
the OT process involves the interactio…
Occupational therapy process divided i…
What are outcomes based on?
evaluation process purpose?
practitioner and client
1. evaluation... 2. intervention... 3. outcomes
OCCUPATION
to determine the clients wants and needs
the OT process involves the interactio…
practitioner and client
Occupational therapy process divided i…
1. evaluation... 2. intervention... 3. outcomes
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Ryan's Occupational Therapy Assistant Test 3
FOR
Parts of a FOR
theoretical base
theoretical assumptions
frame of reference
theoretical base, theoretical assumptions, function/dysfuncti…
concept drawn from various theories that support the use of t…
statements that are knowledge based and are indentified as se…
FOR
frame of reference
Parts of a FOR
theoretical base, theoretical assumptions, function/dysfuncti…
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Uniform Terminology for Occupational Therapy
Tactile
Proprioceptive
Gustatory
Olfactory
touch
awareness of body in space
taste
smell
Tactile
touch
Proprioceptive
awareness of body in space
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Foundations Chapter 12
clinical techniques and instruments us…
standardized or non-standardized measu…
plan developed and implemented to addr…
measure of the likelihood that test sc…
Assessment procedures
Assessment instruments
Discharged plan
Interrater reliability
clinical techniques and instruments us…
Assessment procedures
standardized or non-standardized measu…
Assessment instruments
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professional foundations mid term
ethics
true or false: someone can act lawfull…
beneficence (principle 1)
nonmaleficence (principle 2)
rules/standards governing conduct of person or conduct of mem…
true
occupational therapy personnel shall demonstrate a concern fo…
occupational therapy personnel shall intentionally refrain fr…
ethics
rules/standards governing conduct of person or conduct of mem…
true or false: someone can act lawfull…
true
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Intro to Assessment
Evaluation provides what 3 things
5 types of clinical reasoning
scientific reasoning
narrative reasoning
clients needs and problem(s), uniqueness of the individual in…
scientific reasoning... narrative reasoning... interactive reasonin…
to formulate provisional ideas
to construct a picture of the individual's particular needs
Evaluation provides what 3 things
clients needs and problem(s), uniqueness of the individual in…
5 types of clinical reasoning
scientific reasoning... narrative reasoning... interactive reasonin…
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Ch. 12 Occupational Therapy Process: Evaluation, Intervention, and Outcomes
involves the interaction between the p…
What are the three categories of the O…
includes referral, screening, developi…
includes intervention planning, implem…
occupational therapy process
- evaluation... - intervention... - outcome
evaluation process
intervention process
involves the interaction between the p…
occupational therapy process
What are the three categories of the O…
- evaluation... - intervention... - outcome
Documentation in Occupational Therapy
Reasons for Documentation
Typical Types of Documents
Screen
Evaluation
Record of intervention, Promote interdisciplinary communicati…
Screen, Evaluation, Daily Notes, Progress Notes, Outcomes(Dis…
chart review, short observation, to determine if eval is indi…
formal document that states findings of the assessment(s) use…
Reasons for Documentation
Record of intervention, Promote interdisciplinary communicati…
Typical Types of Documents
Screen, Evaluation, Daily Notes, Progress Notes, Outcomes(Dis…
Unit 8 ch 38, 41
Major diagnoses and state hospitals
Percentage of schizophrenia and state…
Percentage of affective disorders in s…
Percentage of personality disorders in…
Schizophrenia, affective disorders, personality disorders, an…
53%
22%
17%
Major diagnoses and state hospitals
Schizophrenia, affective disorders, personality disorders, an…
Percentage of schizophrenia and state…
53%
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OT Final
Outcomes Process
Discontinuation of Services
Transition Services
Intervention Review
- Used to determine whether goals have been met and to decide…
Goals have been met or client has reached maximum benefits of…
Coordination or facilitation of services to prepare client fo…
ongoing re-evaluation is required to determine whether the cl…
Outcomes Process
- Used to determine whether goals have been met and to decide…
Discontinuation of Services
Goals have been met or client has reached maximum benefits of…
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MS: Quiz 2 Review
Laborshed
Partyshed
What is CDR and how is it anonymized?
What are the benefits of using a lip p…
is a way of classifying a cellphone user as a member of the w…
is a way of classifying a cellphone user as a person that com…
Call Detail Records. Anonymized by not using the phone number…
_ Helps use multiple data points without confusing visual ove…
Laborshed
is a way of classifying a cellphone user as a member of the w…
Partyshed
is a way of classifying a cellphone user as a person that com…
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NBCOT: Code of Ethics
define Beneficence
define Nonmaleficence
define Autonomy/Confidentiality
define Social Justice
Occupational therapy personnel shall demonstrate a concern fo…
Occupational therapy personnel shall intentionally refrain fr…
Occupational therapy personnel shall respect the right of the…
Occupational therapy personnel shall provide services in a fa…
define Beneficence
Occupational therapy personnel shall demonstrate a concern fo…
define Nonmaleficence
Occupational therapy personnel shall intentionally refrain fr…
Insurance - Social Insurance
Medicare
Center for Medicare and Medicaid Servi…
Part A - Hospital... Part B - Medical... Par…
Part A and part B only
This is a federal medical expense insurance program for peopl…
Who is Medicare administered by>
What are the four insurance parts of Medicare?
What parts of modern Medicare does the term "Original Medicar…
Medicare
This is a federal medical expense insurance program for peopl…
Center for Medicare and Medicaid Servi…
Who is Medicare administered by>
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Theories Exam 2
What is the central focus of OT services
OTs use occupations as
What is the first step of the OT proce…
What is the thought process of the OT…
Occupation
an end goal and a means to achieve OT's unique contribution t…
Evaluation, Intervention, Re-evaluation --> from there you de…
Who is my client and does my client need occupational therapy…
What is the central focus of OT services
Occupation
OTs use occupations as
an end goal and a means to achieve OT's unique contribution t…
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Intro to OT Chpt 12
Occupational Therapy Process
Purpose of the Evaluation Process
Steps of the Evaluation Process
Referral
Involves the interaction between and practitioner and the cli…
To Find out what the client wants or needs and to identify th…
Referral, screening and evaluation. Observation and interview…
A request for a service for a particular client is made.
Occupational Therapy Process
Involves the interaction between and practitioner and the cli…
Purpose of the Evaluation Process
To Find out what the client wants or needs and to identify th…
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MODELS PF PRACTICE
Conceptual Models
Frame of Reference
Ecological Model
Ecology of Human Performance Model
Occupation-focused theoretical constructs and propositions th…
Theoretical or conceptual ideas that (may) have been develope…
emphasized on the importance of considering the environment i…
Persons who show healthy function have a high performance ran…
Conceptual Models
Occupation-focused theoretical constructs and propositions th…
Frame of Reference
Theoretical or conceptual ideas that (may) have been develope…
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OTHA 1305 O'Brien Chapter 12
Occupational Therapy Process
The OT practitioner and client relatio…
Who is the client?
Occupational Therapy Process can be di…
involves the interaction between the practitioner and the cli…
-is collaborative... -involves problem solving... -is dynamic with…
may be an:... -individual... -caregiver... -group... -population
evaluation, intervention, outcome
Occupational Therapy Process
involves the interaction between the practitioner and the cli…
The OT practitioner and client relatio…
-is collaborative... -involves problem solving... -is dynamic with…
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Guidelines for Documentation of Occupational Therapy
what is a screening
how often are screenings performed
if an OT performs a screening and dete…
what is another name for evaluation/in…
to determine whether OT services are needed
not often... most of the time, already have a doctor's order so…
need to get a formal order from doctor
treatment plan
what is a screening
to determine whether OT services are needed
how often are screenings performed
not often... most of the time, already have a doctor's order so…
264 terms
AuD Lesson 6 Notes and Slides
As we discussed, there are five factor…
In continuing to walk through the exam…
Many times before a patient is referre…
This is a fairly quick process that ca…
test procedure
the testing can begin
have had their hearing screened.
whether or not a patient needs to be referred for a full hear…
As we discussed, there are five factor…
test procedure
In continuing to walk through the exam…
the testing can begin
35 terms
OT Conceptual Models
Ecology of Human Performance Model (EHP)
Ecology of Human Performance Model (EHP)
Ecology of Human Performance Model (EHP)
Ecology of Human Performance Model (EHP)
show healthy function that have a high performance range of t…
participate in numerous occupations and roles that suit their…
show various abilities and interest
integrate the expectations, supports, and manage the barriers…
Ecology of Human Performance Model (EHP)
show healthy function that have a high performance range of t…
Ecology of Human Performance Model (EHP)
participate in numerous occupations and roles that suit their…
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Chapter 10
Model of Homan Occupation (MOHO)
Person-Environment-Occupation (PEO) Mo…
Occupational Adaptation Model
Canadian Model of Occupational Perform…
goals, routines, performance, environment
abilities, environment, performance
therapeutic climate, occupational activity, mastery
relationship between persons, their environment, and their oc…
Model of Homan Occupation (MOHO)
goals, routines, performance, environment
Person-Environment-Occupation (PEO) Mo…
abilities, environment, performance
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Guidelines for Documentation of Occupational Therapy
what is a screening
how often are screenings performed
if an OT performs a screening and dete…
what is another name for evaluation/in…
to determine whether OT services are needed
not often... most of the time, already have a doctor's order so…
need to get a formal order from doctor
treatment plan
what is a screening
to determine whether OT services are needed
how often are screenings performed
not often... most of the time, already have a doctor's order so…
22 terms
Chapter 14 Review
Restriction enzymes
Gel electrophoresis
Barr body
Sex-linked genes
Enzymes, naturally occurring in bacteria, that cut DNA at cer…
Procedure used to separate and analyze DNA fragments by placi…
A dense object lying along the inside of the nuclear envelope…
genes found on the chromosomes that determine sex, XX= female…
Restriction enzymes
Enzymes, naturally occurring in bacteria, that cut DNA at cer…
Gel electrophoresis
Procedure used to separate and analyze DNA fragments by placi…
18 terms
Occupational Therapy Process: Evaluation, Intervention, and Outcomes chp 12
Assessment Procedures
Assessment Instruments
Discharge Plan
Interrater reliability
The clinical techniques and instruments used to determine the…
Standardized or nonstandarized measurements used to obtain in…
The plan developed and implemented to address the resources a…
A measure of the likelihood that test scores will be the same…
Assessment Procedures
The clinical techniques and instruments used to determine the…
Assessment Instruments
Standardized or nonstandarized measurements used to obtain in…
86 terms
Framework Midterm
Cultural context
Personal context
Temporal context
Virtual context
Customs, beliefs, activity patterns, behavioral standards, an…
"Features of the individual that are not part of a health con…
The experience of time as shaped by engagement in occupations…
Environment in which communication occurs by means of airwave…
Cultural context
Customs, beliefs, activity patterns, behavioral standards, an…
Personal context
"Features of the individual that are not part of a health con…
31 terms
Multi-choice POETT
Identify Primary categories of occupat…
Identify the other terms to describe a…
Select the areas that are considered w…
Describe the term 'cue'
Work, Leisure and Self-care
Task analysis, activity analysis
Social, cultural, physical
The immediate physical surrounding of an individual consists…
Identify Primary categories of occupat…
Work, Leisure and Self-care
Identify the other terms to describe a…
Task analysis, activity analysis
18 terms
Intro to Occupational Therapy Chapter 12
Assessment Procedures
Assessment Instruments
Discharge Plan
Interrater reliability
The clinical techniques and instruments used to determine the…
Standardized or non standardized measurements used to obtain…
The plan developed and implemented to address the resources a…
A measure of the likelihood that test scores will be the same…
Assessment Procedures
The clinical techniques and instruments used to determine the…
Assessment Instruments
Standardized or non standardized measurements used to obtain…
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Unit 8-ch. 38, ch. 41
Major adult diagnoses in state hospitals
State hospital treatment team
OT's role in state hospitals
Type of interventions
Schizophrenia 53%... Affective disorders 22%... Personality disorde…
Consumer, psychologist, registered nurse, social worker and o…
Evaluate and screen ... established interventions ... select releva…
Group intervention ... Rehabilitation programing... Treatment mall…
Major adult diagnoses in state hospitals
Schizophrenia 53%... Affective disorders 22%... Personality disorde…
State hospital treatment team
Consumer, psychologist, registered nurse, social worker and o…
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Workplace Safety in Health Care (keywords)
bloodborne illness
bloodborne pathogen
body fluid
contagious
a disease that is spread by contact with blood
a pathogen that is spread by blood or body fluid
any liquid in the body that is produced by the body
capable of spreading from one person to another
bloodborne illness
a disease that is spread by contact with blood
bloodborne pathogen
a pathogen that is spread by blood or body fluid
30 terms
Your Career in Health Care
bias
integrity
learning style
manual dexterity
opinion made before facts are known
a personal characteristic reflected as honesty
a theory proposed that individuals learn in different ways; m…
skill in working with one's hands
bias
opinion made before facts are known
integrity
a personal characteristic reflected as honesty
62 terms
Insurance - Social Insurance
Medicare
Who is Medicare administered by?
What are the four insurance parts of M…
What parts of modern Medicare does the…
This is a federal medical expense insurance program for peopl…
Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
Part A - Hospital... Part B - Medical... Part C - Medicare Advantag…
Part A and part B only
Medicare
This is a federal medical expense insurance program for peopl…
Who is Medicare administered by?
Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
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