Presentation on theme: "Health Care Systems 1. Describe at least eight types of private health facilities. 2 Analyze at least three government agencies and the services offered."— Presentation transcript:
1 Health Care Systems1. Describe at least eight types of private health facilities.2 Analyze at least three government agencies and the services offered by each.3 Describe at least three services offered by voluntary or nonprofit agencies.4 Explain the purpose of organizational structures in healthcare facilities.5 Give two reasons why the organization of health facilities is important.6 Explain the chain of command.7 Evaluate how managed care, ambulatory care, and other current trends meet the needs of the ever-changing health care delivery system.8 Using the same client, evaluate the cost effectiveness of two separate health care delivery systems' treatment of his/her disease or injury.9 Recognize the types of health care delivery systems available in your community.
2 Private Health Care Faculties The largest and fastest growing industry in the USEmploys over 13 million people in more than 200 different health careers
3 Types of Private Health Care 1. Hospitals (private, profit and non-profit, specialty, government and university hospitals) 2. Long term care facilities (skilled and extended care) 3. Independent living and assisted living 4.Medical offices 5. Dental offices 6. Clinics or satellite offices 7. Optical Centers
4 Private Health Care Faculties 9. Emergency Care Services10. Laboratories11. Home Health Care12. Hospice13. Mental Health Facilities14. Genetic Counseling Centers15. Rehabilitation Facilities16. HMO’s17. Industrial Health Care Centers18.Social Health Services19 School Health Services
5 Government Agencies World Health Organization (United Nations) U.S. Department of Health and Human services (health issues in US)National Institute of Health (research on disease)Centers for Disease Control and PreventionFood and Drug AdministrationAgency for Health Care Policy and Research(quality)OSHAHealth Departments (local)
6 Voluntary or Nonprofit Supported by donations, membership fees, fund raisers, grantsAmerican Cancer societyAmerican Heart AssociationAmerican Respiratory Disease AssoicationNational Kidney FoundationDiabetesMarch of DimesAmerican Red CrossServices not just health: Salvation Army
8 Organizational Structure in Health Care Provide a chain of command. Employees know their line of authority and understand who their immediate supervisors in charge of their work. Page 35If a problem go to your immediate supervisor and then up the chain of command if necessary
11 The Best CareMrs. Knox (a widow) 80 years of age. Confused because of Alzheimer’s. History of insulin dependent diabetes. Family works, but lives near.HospitalHome HealthLive with familyLong Term Care????????
12 Design a Game Instead of a test over health care systems this is it! Have Fun