SC placed call to Pa’s CG and friend Teresa Lim and for monitoring phone call because none of the numbers on file for Pa was in working order. She reported that the Pa is doing well and is taking a break from radiation and chemo. She Provided the SC with Pa’s new phone numbers. SC asked about Pa’s service and Teresa reported that the Pa is receiving her PAS service specified in her care plan. Teresa reported that the Pa is happy with her current service and do wish to make any changes right now. The Pa is satisfied with her services and feels they are meeting her needs. No falls, hospitalizations, changes in health status or medications were reported. The SC end call with Teresa and place call to Pa via language line interpreter Michelle. The
One of the leading black female activists of the 20th century, during her life, Mary Church Terrell worked as a writer, lecturer and educator. She is remembered best for her contribution to the struggle for the rights of women of African descent. Mary Terrell was born in Memphis, Tennessee at the close of the Civil War. Her parents, former slaves who later became millionaires, tried to shelter her from the harsh reality of racism. However, as her awareness of the problem developed, she became an ardent supporter of civil rights. Her life was one of privilege but the wealth of her family did not prevent her from experiencing segregation and the humiliation of Jim Crow laws. While traveling on a train her family was
In regards to the post-dated check Tania needs to correct the deposit slip to show 17 checks and not 18. Next, she needs to place the copayment amount onto the patient's account as delinquent as she will need to collect this amount immediately. On the next business day not only does Tania need to contact the patient and advise them of the office's policy on post-dated checks and request the copayment immediately she needs to advise Susan on the policy as well. Susan should know post-dated checks violate state laws and health insurance policies. All patients required to pay copayments should do so on the date of service per their health insurance policy with cash, credit, or current date check for the appropriate amount nothing more or less.
Mary Chesnut was the author of a popular book known as the “Civil War Diary.” This well-known book painted a vivid picture of her thoughts on the things going on around her pertaining to the war. She was one of the most respected ladies of Charleston, S.C with an insightful view of Southern life and leadership during the American Civil War. In 1840 she married James Chesnut, Jr., who later served as a U.S. senator from South Carolina until he resigned. Chesnut writings were from things she personally experienced, witnessed and saw during this historic time, along with her husband who she joined along the way of many significant sites they encountered, being that he played an important role in the secession movement and the Confederacy. Despite
To conclude this report, there are four considerations of a legal and valid insurance contracts that patients may present at the provider’s office or clinic. The guide to understand and remember are as follows: (a) the patient or person insured must be a mentally competent adult and should not be under the influence of drugs or alcohol; (b) the insurance company must have a signed application and offer the policy to the patient, then the patient or person should accept the issuance of the policy without misrepresentation of facts on the application of the person being insured; (c) the services produced and sold or the exchange of value and the first premium payment should be submitted with the application considered must be presented together; and (d) there should be a legal purpose which is an insurable interest in the case of a person’s healthcare insurance policy. These are good guidelines to know and understand for the success of an administrative life cycle of a physician-based claim (CMS
CM Ayfer met the client at his home in Somerville, Client showed CM his apartment and his room it was clean and tidy. Client is a student at Banker Hill Community College and he has 4 classes during the week, Client reported that he has a difficulty with the Math classes, CM suggested maybe it will be helpful if we find a tutor so he can get an extra support. CM and client talked about ETV form CM explain to the client what the form is about. Client is looking for a new health provider in Somerville CM explained to him the process of transferring his medical report from Fitchburg to Somerville. CM will send him the care center which is accepting Mass Health as an insurance and taught him how he can register as anew patients. Client is working
After World War II, the fight to end institutionalized racism in America increased. Racial segregation was found at restaurants, theaters, and other public places. Aside from racial segregation, women weren’t allowed to vote. These issues that occurred during the Reconstruction era acted as catalysts for many African Americans to stand up for their values. Among various civil rights activists, Mary Church Terrell was an early advocate for civil rights and suffrage movements.
Service Coordinator (SC), Jennifer Stoker met personal staff, Aiesha Crayton at the home of consumer Jonathan .SC asked was Jonathan meet his outcome would like is medical expenses to cover. Aiesha noted he has Medicare and Medicaid which cover all his medical expenses. SC asked if money covering his want and needs. Aiesha noted yes. He wants and needs are being meet. Jonathan wants his cell to be paid every month. Aiesha noted he cell is being paid every month. SC asked is Jonathan maintain good health. Aiesha noted he when to his PCP on June the 1st. She noted he is health and there was no change in medication.
The key elements to a healthy and successful medical practice are a reliable and properly trained staff and a sound revenue cycle that produces satisfactory reimbursement. Revenue cycle management starts at the front-end with pre-registration of the patient. Complete and accurate recording of patient insurance and billing information is imperative. Insurance verification plays a major role in the assurance of reimbursement. The front desk should counsel and confirm financial responsibility with the patient during the registration process. Patient encounter is equally as important. Correct coding of patient diagnosis and procedures minimizes the likelihood of claim rejection. The next step in the revenue cycle is claim submission. The claims process begins with the provider treating the patient then sending a bill to the designated payer. Before the bill is sent, a certified coding specialist or medical billing specialist prepares and reviews the claim for any inaccuracies. There are a few ways the claim is submitted, either manually or electronically. Once the claim is submitted, follow-up with third party payers is a necessary step in the
On October 20, 2017, the Student Government Association (SGA) conducted a survey to students at the University of Mary Washington about President Paino’s draft of An Investment of Hope for the Future: A Strategic Vision for the University of Mary Washington. The purpose of the survey was to gather student feedback about Goal 1: Promoting the values of service and social justice, Goal 2: Reconstituting the liberal arts for the digital age, Goal 3: Immersing our students in applied, impactful learning experiences, Goal 4: Creating a diverse and inclusive community as an essential requirement for academic excellence and academic success, and the actions steps supporting each goal.
The History of Mary Prince was a seminal work of the nineteenth century, which today remains an important historical device. Mary Prince’s story is not unique, but the circumstances and context surrounding her novel are. Defying contemporary standards and beliefs, The History of Mary Prince demonstrates the atrocities of slavery, but also a distinctive and deliberate political message. The History of Mary Prince is not only important for its demonstration of human suffering and the legal history it documents, but it also offers insight into the British abolition movement. Twofold, it remains an important text through both its straightforward portrayal of facts and experience as well as its underlying careful manipulation of political and moral themes. The History of Mary Prince served as an influential abolitionist piece of writing, but furthermore can incite multiple layers of interpretation and analysis of the abolition movement.
In The History of Mary Prince, an autobiography of a former Caribbean slave Mary Prince, Prince shows readers how she resists slavery and its oppressive rule. Published in 1831, Prince uses her autobiography as anti-slavery propaganda and shows the struggles of every slave. Through the autobiography, Prince portrays her resistance to cruelty and immorality while being enslaved by horrid masters. Although she was not always overtly resistant in her earlier days as a sl, Prince illustrates her rebellion through the publishing of her autobiography, marriage, religious conversion, opposition to removal from England, and physical and verbal resistance. With the help of those that surrounded her in England, Prince exposes her readers to the true,
Throughout Mary Rowlandson's account of being captured by Native Americans, she mentions her family frequently; however, she hardly mentions them by name or talks about what they were like. This immediately creates a feeling of distance in the reader's mind, because it could suggest many things about what her family was like before they got separated. She also shows us what looks to be a great deal of distance between her and her youngest daughter Sarah who died in her arms. When Rowlandson first mentions her youngest daughter she calls her a "poor wounded babe" (130) which suggests that there is a distance between the two. However, this may not be the way that the events actually happened because she wrote the narrative six years after she was reunited with her family. This opens up the idea that this may also have been a way for her to cope with losing a child in her arms. It could also show that she may have not been the only person to write the narrative. These two ideas work together because if Rowlandson does not have to write all of the painful parts, she would not have had to relive the guilt or sorrow. Mary Rowlandson makes the reader think she is distant from her family because she uses it as a way to cope with the pain of being separated from them, and to show the Puritans that being close to god will help you with any pain.
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