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Public Health

  1. 1. Actions taken by an individual or group aiming to influence, public policy, resource allocation, and other decisions.
  2. 3. insurance purchased by a health plan to protect it against extremely high cost cases.
  3. 5. a federal entitlement program of medical and health coverage for the elderly and disabled governed by the federal social security act.
  4. 7. operating in an accountable way by providing health care consumers cost and quality data before treatment so they can choose the best care at the best price.
  5. 8. quantity of services used by patients, such as hospital days, physician visits, or prescriptions.
  6. 10. Services provided to individuals who need assistance with activities of daily living.
  7. 12. Health outcomes of a group of people and the distribution of outcomes within that group.
  8. 13. the process by which an individual and family become subscribers for coverage in a health plan.
  9. 14. The use of living organisms and biological systems to develop medical products and medical treatments.
  10. 16. Professional health service workers who are licensed to practice independently.
  11. 17. A specific amount that an insured individual must pay for a specified service or procedure.
  12. 21. A payment method in which a physician or hospital is paid a fixed amount per patient per year.
  13. 22. In health, an event, condition or disease occurrence that is counted.
  14. 27. Health care that is measured by the outcomes achieved instead of the amount of services delivered.
  15. 30. Digital records that contain a comprehensive patient medical history, combining information from multiple provider sources.
  16. 31. Measurement of the quality of health care provided to individuals or groups of patients, against a previously defined standard.
  17. 32. system and organizational inefficiencies that lead to higher health care costs without improved outcomes.
  18. 33. costs that do not change or vary with fluctuations in enrollment or in utilization of services.
  19. 34. arrangement of several delivery points
  20. 37. identification, evaluation, and corrective action against organizational behavior that would otherwise result in financial loss or legal liability.
  21. 38. special areas of plan coverage, such as outpatient visits, hospitalizations, or prescription drugs, that make up the range of medical services marketed under a health plan.
  22. 39. Guidelines adopted by organizations and governments that promote constrained decision making and action.
  23. 40. Measures of treatments and effectiveness in terms of access, quality, and cost.
  1. 2. An individual who coordinates and oversees other health care workers in finding the most effective methods of caring for specific patients.
  2. 4. Organizational relationship for specific purposes
  3. 6. Care for which expected health benefits exceed negative consequences.
  4. 9. Clinical and supportive activities intended to treat or manage mental illness and or alcohol or substance abuse.
  5. 11. An insurer, engaged in providing. paying for, or reimbursing all or part of the cost of health services
  6. 15. the general health care that people receive on a routine basis that is not associated with an acute or chronic illness.
  7. 18. joint federal state program of health care coverage for low income individuals under the federal social security act.
  8. 19. Insurance provision that limits the amount of plan coverage to a certain percentage, commonly 80%.
  9. 20. A type of insurance that pays for high cost health care, usually associated with injuries and chronic conditions.
  10. 23. Medical care of a limited duration, provided in a hospital or outpatient setting, to treat an injury or short term illness.
  11. 24. Persons with an interest in the performance of an organization.
  12. 25. A count of unnecessary deaths from diseases for which effective public health and medical interventions are available.
  13. 26. An action such as regular exercise, eating a balanced diet, or obtaining necessary vaccinations that people practice to maintain good health and prevent illness.
  14. 28. The amount insured individuals must pay out of pocket.
  15. 29. a patient visit to a provider.
  16. 35. in the united states, person who has no third party source of payment for health care services.
  17. 36. a periodic payment required to keep an insurance policy in force.