This paper will explain the components of the Home Health Care delivery system of continuum. The reader will be able to understand some of the services provided by the home health care system and how they fit into the continuum of care. It will give details on how the entity does or does not contribute to the overall management of healthcare resources.
Many selections of healthcare plans are available for consumers to choose from to match their own personal needs, preferences and budget. The health care system is most often complex, inconsistent and costly. To maintain and improve the business, healthcare organizations are continuously innovative and evolving to meet the demands of consumers. The purpose of this paper is to discuss a case study of UnitedHealthcare Group, what they are about, their network and resource management, their view on nursing and how they satisfy their patients.
Strategic Planning is an essential first step in the development of a result-base accountability system,” (Schilder, 2013, p. 1). In strategic planning an organization must know their goals, missions, and how to reach them. Health care facilities are in huge demand for the elderly and for people who lives in low-income communities. A person who receives good quality health care services can prevent the spread of contagious diseases. This paper will describe the need of the community, population it is serving, and a brief description of the facility.
Making the health information available, reducing duplication of tests, reducing delays in treatment, and patients well informed to take better decisions.
| ▪Decrease waiting time.▪Reduce crowding during the lunch period.▪ Increase patients.▪ More convenient especially for employed patients who want to do physical examination.
The organization provides the usual array of inpatient services expected in a moderate-sized community hospital. A local nursing home and retirement community is for sale, and the organization is considering the purchase of that agency. There is a regional hospital that is trying to establish a statewide hospital network. There is a local county health department that provides some clinic services, primarily for the uninsured.
Banner Health is a nonprofit health care system that was started on September 1, 1991 after the merger of Samaritan Health System and Lutheran Health Systems. Before the merger Lutheran Health System had a long standing history as a respected health care provider in rural communities located across Western and Midwestern states dating as far back as 1938 while Samaritan Health System was formed in 1911 and had a reputation for clinical excellence in California and Arizona primarily in the metro Phoenix area. The headquarters of Banner Health are located in Phoenix
Health care is a fascinating industry. So many types of care are included within the industry. Health care can be very broad or very specific. Health care is also comprised of different types of health care. One specific sector is long-term health care. Long-term care plays a huge role in the health care continuum. This paper will define long-term care and a continuum as well as discuss the services provided and how these services fit in the continuum of care, the resources that go along with long-term care and how it contributes to overall health care resources, and how long-term care services
All surplus made in this organization is used in maintaining the company by upgrading them up to date such as purchasing the most contemporary equipment, preserving the facilities, buying most recent technologies, get more physician services, widening current physician services, after all these, whatever money is left goes to the charities. The medical screening only (MSO) of Banner Health is only meant to exclude life frightening situations. This procedure is followed by a discussion of financial services that notifies the patients of the copays needed by their insurance companies before moving to a comprehensive care at the emergency departments. "Banner healthy has come up with organizational efforts of approaching health care quality and safety, reduction of patient errors, and patients’ contentments while continuously rolling its operating cost" (Kirkman-Liff, 2004). In the facility that I work, the managers and leaders always try to come up in a more comprehensive and productive ways to help the nurses in providing quality care to all our patients and at the same time make profit because it is a profit oriented organization. The latest trend of care is rendered to make them happy and attract more customers.
Hospital AB and Health Center is a community based acute care general hospital. The hospital is proactive in seeking methods to identify and provide all sources of community benefit and charity care. The mission of the hospital as stated in administrative service manual policy 726 (2005) is “With caring and compassion, we will improve the health and quality of life of the people we service.” The purpose of existence of the hospital is the commitment to patients and community to first understand their needs, second to provide services that meet these needs; and third, the recognition that service and clinical excellence are only achieved if they are delivered with caring and compassion.
Banner Health is a nonprofit organization that consists of twenty-four acute care hospitals and health care facilities in seven different states. In 1999, Samaritan Health System merged together with Lutheran Health Systems to form what is currently known as Banner Health. This organization prioritizes their aim to make a difference in their patients’ lives by providing exceptional patient care. Banner Health utilizes music therapy, massage therapy, aromatherapy, and pet therapy as an integral part of the healing process for their patients. They also offer specialized care through various types of services such as Alzheimer’s Care, Cancer Care, and Emergency Care. Banner Health is involved in certain programs that will help