Define, compare and contrast fee-for-service and managed health care plans. What are the similarities and differences? Support your response with one citation and specific examples. Fee for service plans “Fee-for-service plans contain a variety of stipulations designed to control costs and to limit a covered individual’s financial liability” (Martocchio, 2014, p. 147). This agreement is that the consumer pay individually for each aspect of the goods or services receives.
During Q1-Q2 2015, I have achieve 5 out of 6 KPI target. The numbers provided below are average KPI from January to June 2015. Quantity of achievements: • Percentage of invoice posted against PO is 90.45%, which the target is 81%. Posting against PO can be maintained by not forgetting to deduct WHT and recording the correct amount of VAT.
The mere idea of it all is to help decrease the homeless population by any means necessary and that 's with providing skills trade in living facilities which can help the people of today. I have never been homeless but I work with families and children who have key of living deplorable living arrangements for had to live in shelters and it just hurts my heart to know that I have to be apart of change period and doing so only way to do this is to incorporate services not idea and put them all in the
There are currently 107 residents in St Mary 's Drumcar healthcare facility. It also has many community based centres around the locality. St. Mary 's is part of Saint John of God Hospitaller Ministries. The Hospitaller Order of Saint John of God is an international Catholic organisation which has over 300 hospitals and centres which provide health and social care in 53 countries worldwide. As it is a Religious Order it is governed by its Constitutions and General Statues, and its world-wide leadership is the Prior General and his Council who are based in Rome, Italy.
P4- when looking at strategies and communication techniques used with different individuals with different needs whom need to overcome different challenges many aspects must be looked at. A challenge Patrick may face may be awareness and knowledge, he may face this as well as others. Patrick may be aware that he has HIV however he may not be aware how much this will effect him and he may not be aware how to deal with it as he may lack the knowledge. In order to overcome this Patrick could educate himself in depth on HIV, this will help him come to terms with it and will also help him to help others understand HIV. A challenge Alice may face might be acceptance or belief, she may not have the determination to become alcohol free and therefore
Works Cited Bradley, Elizabeth H., Lauren A. Taylor, and Harvey V. Fineberg. American Health Care Paradox: Why Spending More Is Getting Us Less. 2013. Print. This book is interesting.
HSE- Health and Safety Executive • It is the body responsible for the encouragement, regulation and enforcement of workplace health, safety and welfare. • It exists as an independent regulatory act and is in the public interest to reduce work related death serious injury across Britain’s workplace. • Effects all employed in Britain from major injuries. •
Know and understand the settings policies and procedures- Any person working within childcare should have a clear understanding of their settings policies and procedures knowing all the rules and how to follow them appropriately so they know exactly who to turn to in any given situation. Child makes an allegation of abuse to you- Ensure you make no promises to the child (if they ask you not to tell anyone or to keep it a secret) and that you will do everything possible to help them and their situation. Reassure them and let them feel safe and that they have done the right thing.
In this role, I advised customers on various make up, skincare and fragrance products. I used my expert product knowledge to build a rapport with the customers, and efficiently, accurately and confidently advise customers on their specific needs, ensuring every customer left fully satisfied with their experience. I developed a high level of customer service skills alongside effective communication of information. I worked both individually and alongside a team to maximise sales, exceed targets and build a client base. This role required a high level of motivation and enthusiasm which I successfully brought to CHANEL.
The appropriate health care system to choose for the United States is the socialized health care system. Socialized health care system has several benefits that the whole United States population will enjoy. The first benefit of socialized health care system is extending care. One thing that is evident in the United States is that individuals are dying every day because they lack access to health care services. With socialized health care system in place, every individual in the United States will be able to enjoy health care services irrespective of the social status.
Studies show that manage care that have a higher level of control on patient care it leads to lower medical cost and hospital inflation on cost(Bundorf, Schulman, Stafford, Gaskin, Jollis & Escare, 2004). Also, manage care controls the fees that are paid to physician and manage medical equipment that is provided to the patients (Bundorf, Schulman, Stafford, Gaskin, Jollis & Escare, 2004). The studies show that it is a spillover for manage care and it affects the no managed care patients (Bundorf, Schulman, Stafford, Gaskin, Jollis & Escare, 2004). Most doctors feel that manage care is a positive step for controlling the cost for healthcare. They also, feel that it have a negative impact on medical care (Deom, Agoritsas, Bovier & Perneger, 2010).
Everyone working in a health and social care setting puts the interest of everyone, who uses the service first Everyone has a duty of care and has the right to expect, support and care in a safe way, minimising any risk. In Health and Social Care settings ‘A duty of care’ is a very common phrase heard.
Boundaries should be seen as being statements about who a person is, about what they would like and want. They are about the person and each family member needs to be able to say what they want in regard to physical boundaries and these should be respected. Boundaries are also subject to change as they depend on the feelings of safety that a person has, every person has the right to change their boundaries. The recovering family will need to try out setting, maintaining and changing their boundaries with each other as they will have difficulty knowing how to do