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Consent/Insurance

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Consent given in writing or verbally by the patient or legal representative. All verbal consents should be followed by a written consent as soon as possible. Actual or Explicit Consent
Consent by law when a patient presents unconscious to the Emergency Department Implied Consent by Law
Referred to as consent by silence. consent is the patient does not object to treatment. Note: It is always best to obtain a written consent Implied Consent
Consent given in writing when the patient acknowledges that he/she has been informed of the planned treatment as well as the risks involved and the risks of not having a procedure. This applies to the specific consent form for procedure (s). Informed Consent
Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services has been replaced by TRICARE.
is the Department of Defense's health care program for members of the uniformed services, their families and survivors Tricare
Similar to a health maintenance organization TRICARE Prime
a preferred provider option that saves money for patients TRICARE Extra,
a fee-for-service option, which is the same as the former CHAMPUS, the Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services TRICARE Standard
provides expanded medical coverage for Medicare-eligible beneficiaries TRICARE for Life
Active-duty service members are automatically enrolled in TRICARE Prime
health benefit program for families of veterans with 100 percent service connected disability and surviving spouse/children of a veteran dies from aservice-connected disability. The Department of Veterans Affairs determines eligibility processes claims (CHAMPVA)
Assures Medicaid/care CHIP are properly run , policies for paying health care providers,Conducts research effectiveness of various methods of hc management, treatment, and finance Assesses quality of hc facilities aervices taking enforcement actions as ap CMS functions
− involve in conversation − allow child to have some control − keep explanations simple − keep waiting times to a minimum School Children
− observe body language as a cue for feelings − allow & respect normal expressions of emotions such as crying or anger − provide clear, concise explanations − encourage questions Late childhood/ adolescents
− calm, pleasant approach − maintain eye contact − provide privacy − consider role or culture and lifestyle Adults
− identify self, repeatedly if necessary − address by title (Mr., Mrs., etc.) and last name, not first name − speak distinctly − provide privacy & reduce distractions Seniors
Created by: Copa