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    Health Care Challenges

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    challenges that affect the direction of health care today. Proposed health care reform and legislation, accreditation, quality of healthcare, and organizational compliance, economics, including third party payers, future funding, rising costs, the Medicare and Medicaid programs, access to health care including the uninsured and those in poverty and the elderly, and maintaining a skilled workforce have created many obstacles for providers (Ashford, 2016). Healthcare reform and legislation are…

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    When a nursing home files claims for payment to Medicaid and/or Medicare, they are held to requirements seen under 42 U.S.C. §1396r – Requirement for Nursing Facilities. The plaintiff’s estate claims that the nursing home operated by Kane’s Center failed to provide proper care resulting in decubitus ulcers leading to…

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    Healthcare fraud is becoming an immense problem in today’s society. When a health care provider, health suppliers, and private health companies purposely bill Medicare or Medicaid for supplies or services that were not given it is considered healthcare fraud. For example another form of fraud is when a person uses another person’s Medicare/Medicaid card…

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    Association of Retired Persons Issues The American Association of Retired Persons is concerned with the welfare of individuals at are above 50 years old, Health Insurance (Medicare), and Social Security. Examples of legislation that the AARP supported was the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act, which established Medicare Part D, in 2003, which offers a subsidy for big companies to discourage them from removing private prescription coverage to retired employees, and…

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    Humana Case Study

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    Virginia, and Connecticut. With the establishment of Medicare and Medicaid in the mid-1960s, the industry grew quickly. Slightly ahead of the pack in what was to become the most rapidly expanding sector of the nation's economy, Jones…

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    healthcare in and out so we can implement and decide what direction we need to direct our staff everyday.. We need to understand the impact modern medicine has, why healthcare cost is rising, what major issues we are facing, understanding Medicaid and Medicare and the current state of national health policy. If we were to change one thing it would have to be that there would be a cap on how things are charged so that people were not overcharged for something just because the doctor…

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    Quality Of Care

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    In 1997, Children’s Health Insurance Coverage (CHIP) was created to cover children and make sure that they had the ability to receive care in all 50 states. The Medicare program moved forward in 2003 with Part D, The Medicare Prescription Drug Improvement and Modernization Act (MMA). Starting in 2010, the long hall forward to have a more universal healthcare system was passed as most would know as The Obamacare and to others know it in the…

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    Health first in one of the best medical insurance there is in New York. Health first has many types of ways to help the people in which other insurance company don’t do such as, health first has, Individual plus family, Child health plus, Medicaid and Medicare plans. These plans help multiple people around the states of America and make a lot difference in children adults and our elderly’s. To find the best health insurance in New York is not a very easy task. There are many options to choose…

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    Medicare Threats

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    The New Threat to Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security This article explains about the controversial budget proposal supported by Representative Paul Ryan a Republican from Wisconsin. The bill “The Path to Prosperity: Restoring America’s Promise” was originally approved by the House of Representatives in 2011 but the Senate quickly overruled the bill along party lines. The main piece of the Ryan bill is the conversion of the defined benefits of Medicare to fundamentally a member…

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    is actually covered by the health care and the wait time to receive service, especially for aboriginals and those who reside in Northern Canada. The health care in Canada, medicare, was adopted in 1966 after it was first introduced by the former Premier of Saskatchewan Tommy Douglas, who is known as the Father of Medicare. Douglas first introduced the idea for a universal health insurance in 1962, with a…

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