Part B covers the medical side of everything including doctors’ visits, medical equipment, and things of that nature. However, the patient does have to pay a premium each month with this type of insurance. Part C covers both Part A and B insurance. It does come with other benefits but most of the time people have to pay extra for those services. Part D covers prescription drugs. It helps a great deal with the cost of prescription drugs because they can really be costly for people. The fund to keep Medicare going is coming out of taxpayers’ checks every time they get paid.
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This is called FICA (Federal Insurance Contributions Act). They also get funding from copays, premiums, and deductibles. Medicaid- Medicaid is a type of insurance that is set in place for children, families with low income, pregnant women and other people who qualify. It was established in 1965 by President Johnson to help those that were in need. Medicaid is joined together with both the state and federal but it is mostly regulated by the state and the state just follows federal guidelines.
It depends on the state that you are in on what type of coverage that the patient is going to have with this type of insurance. They do cover the most important things such as vaccinations, doctor visits, prenatal care, inpatient and outpatient services, and family planning services. Depending on the state that you are in, there is no co-pay unless you are over the age of 21 (North Carolina). This type of insurance usually targets the low income families because they can’t afford to pay for the medical services and the prescriptions that they may receive. Certification Physicians) – This is just making sure that the physician is certified to do the job that he or she is going to perform. They do have a choice of whether or not they want to be certified or Board Certified. If they choose to be become Board certified, they have that certification that they basically are capable of doing their jobs and they have completed the necessary things to become certified. There are many physicians that choose to be Board certified because they want to ensure the patients that they are capable of doing their jobs and they want them to feel that sense of security.
There are two boards that actually certify the potential physician and they are the American Board of Medical Specialties and the American Osteopathic Association. There are 24 Boards that a physician can be certified in. They have to go through a total of eight years of schooling and then they have to go through 3 to 7 years of residency. After all of that they still have to become Board certified by taking the state exam and successfully passing the exam given by the ABMS (American Board of Medical Specialties). Public Health- Public health means that you give service to the public. Nurses give out vaccines, checkups, and more.
They also educate the community on how important it is to get treated for diseases, stay up to date on vaccinations, and give important information on how to stay healthy on what type of healthy foods you should eat. Places of this nature would be the clinic or the local health department. They are really a great asset to the community because they provide a great deal of services to the community and they help everyone stay up to date. A lot of people in the community utilize the resources that they have with the public health offices because they provide other opportunities other than just public health.
Most of the public health (clinics) that I have seen in my area is often to WIC departments as well. WIC stands for Women, Infants, and Children. It provides the person with nutritional information and it also provides the families with nutritional food. They give them dairy, bread, cereal, vegetables, and fruits in the form of a voucher that they have to spend in grocery stores each month. So public has a lot to offer to the community and it is a way give back to the community as well.
Ambulatory Care- Ambulatory care means that basically that the patient can receive services in an office setting with them coming in on their own without any assistance. Places like these would be the doctor’s office or the clinic. It doesn’t require any emergency care most of the time. They mainly take patients that are there to have a checkup, vaccines, or just a follow up from a recent hospital visit that required them to do so. Outpatient care can be referred to as a form of ambulatory care because they do not stay overnight in a hospital for this type of care.
These settings often are in and out as I call it. You go in and get your services and you come back out the same day. Ambulatory care physicians provide over 88 percent of services to patients. Since they do give the most care besides the acute care facilities (hospitals for example) it would make sense that they give the most cars for patients because they give out prescriptions, diagnoses and treatment and so much more. Reference Austin, A. , & Wetle, V. (2008). The United States Health Care System. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc.