Family health assessment is an integral part of the formula used in creating a customized plan of care for the families’ health care. Family health assessment is also a tool that can be used to identify and evaluate the family’s health concerns, their life style and also helping families make good decisions regarding their family’s health. Family’s perception towards health and health promotion could be very different and unique, which makes the Family health assessment even more challenging for the nurses and health care professionals. Nurse’s have a moral obligation towards the society to help them promote their families health. The
The patient centered medical homes (“PCMH”) approach “focuses on keeping people well, managing chronic conditions like diabetes or asthma, and proactively meeting the needs of patients.” According to the Arkansas Department of Health, chronic diseases like cancer heart disease or diabetes affect approximately over fifty percent of adult Arkansans. Yet chronic diseases are often preventable. The high rate of chronic diseases can partly be attributed health insurance coverage—“when people don’t have health insurance they tend to avoid seeing doctors. People
The Family Health Center is a clinic that is under the umbrella of Bear Valley Community Hospital, a small rural hospital. The hospital is located in a ski resort town in the mountains above San Bernardino County. The next closest medical facility is an approximate hour drive on curvy mountain roads. The hospital is a standalone hospital, not associated with any other hospitals or chains. Bear Valley Community Hospital provides emergency room services, has eleven acute beds and a skilled nursing facility. Bear Valley Community Hospital accepts a wide variety of insurances and sees all ages and types of patients. The Family Health Center has a variety of specialty providers, as well as family practice. They have doctors with specialties in internal medicine, family practice, obstetrics/gynecology, pain control and chiropractic services (Family Health Center, n.d.). There is a telemedicine program that currently provides psychology services through telemedicine (Family Health Center, n.d.). There are several Family Nurse Practitioners and a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (Family Health Center, n.d.). As a result they see patients from pregnancy through adulthood. The clinic sees patients of all socioeconomic levels and accepts
The population that FCFFHC provide medical care services to is 19,325 of rural and low-income people. The Health Center serve people of all ages from newborns to adults. Patients with insurance are require to present their insurance card before he or she receive services. Patients are expect to pay the co-payment or co-insurance. Patients without insurance at 100% of poverty level are require to pay a minimum of $30. Patients who pay for his or her services are require to pay, according to the sliding fee of $40, $50, or $60. The Health Centers’ sources of revenue are generated
To be the premier provider of state-of-the art health services in the greater central Ohio region. Our mission in the long-run is to be able to provide health care in the North West region of Ohio. Our intent is to focus on preventative care. However, as of today we are currently making coverage more affordable by reducing the cost of health care. Ultimately, our mission is to ensure everyone receives some type of support and for our company to focus on health through technology.
To be the premier provider of state-of-the art health services in the greater central Ohio region.
As a FQHC, LSCC’s mission is to provide care to underserved and uninsured residents of our service area. In Central Texas, people who lack health insurance are disproportionately poor and disproportionately racial/ethnic minorities. Because of this confluence of socioeconomic indicators, LSCC’s patient populations are more likely than other groups to experience health disparities which can negatively impact a patient’s life from the day he or she is born, through development, through adulthood, and up until the day he or she dies. Excess morbidity and early mortality are the indelible scars dealt by health disparities upon LSCC’s target populations. In light of this reality, LSCC must go beyond the mere provision of care to ensure that our
The hospital that the clinic is attached to is opening a brand new facility and has decided to expand their community support by opening a family medicine clinic that will utilize the hospital resources. The community is a wide range of working classes, low income, poor, and rural families that must travel some distance to reach health care providers. Attracting patients that need primary care and continued health care will drive referrals to the ancillary departments in the hospital. This increases revenue for the hospital.
As a global healthcare organization, our goal has always been to promote quality of care and optimal health to people around the world. We have a firm commitment to serve diverse communities with products and services that reflect the latest trends in innovation and the highest quality at reasonable prices to match consumer expectations and needs. We have established a culture founded on individual accountability that expects employees at all levels us to communicate openly and transparently; any strategic, operational, or financial challenges we face are viewed through a comprehensive moral
The Community Health Center provides a service called Better Health Clinic that can enhance adult health and wellness by providing contraceptive services, pregnancy testing and counseling, achieving pregnancy, basic infertility services, preconception health, sexually transmitted disease services, breast cancer screening, cervical cancer screening, and other preventative health services. Social services can assist with applying for W.I.C. and ACA. They can also render assistance with adoption and stay at home programs.
The “Community Resource Sheet” is list of organizations that may or may not provide you with the medical services that a client needs. Some of these organizations provide their services free of charge, where as others charge based on the individual’s ability to pay, (i.e., based on an individual’s income). But these philanthropic measures have not improved the plight of the “working poor,” retirees, nor those left homeless by the recession, minimum wage jobs that do not offer health insurance, or a living wage, illnesses, on the job injuries, accidents, or marital separation and divorce. These are just a few reasons people find themselves in dire straits medically, and financially.
Our mission is to provide great healthcare and clinical services that promote the health and safety of our community. We are patient centered with a focus on prevention. Through efficient use of office staff and medical technology, we are able to offer exceptionally accessible and personal care in a comfortable atmosphere. We are here to serve you and your entire family from infants, toddlers, school-age children, teens, young adults, pregnant women, and adults.