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CNA Chap 1

hartman's nac 2nd edition

PROVIDERS PROVIDERS: Are people or organizations that provide health care, including doctors, nurses, clincs and agencies.
FACILITIES FACILITIES: Are places where care is delivered or administered, including hospitals, long-term care facilities or nursing homes, and treatment centers.
PAYERS PAYERS: Are people or organizations paying for healtcare services.
LONG-TERM CARE (LTC) LONG-TERM CARE (LTC): Is given in long term-care facilities (LTCF) for people who need 24 hour, supervised nursing care. This tyle of care is given to peopel who need a high level of care for ongoing conditions.
LENGTH OF STAY LENGTH OF STAY: (The number of days a person stays in a healthcare facility) may be shor, such as a few days or a few months, or longer than six months. Some of these people will have a terminal illnes. While others may recover and return to their homes
TERMINAL ILLNESS TERMINAL ILLNESS: Means that the person is expected to die from the illness.
CHRONIC CONDITIONS CHRONIC CONDITIONS: Include physical disabilities, heart disease, stroke, and dementia
HOME HEALTH CARE HOME HEALTH CARE: Takes place in a person's home.
DIAGNOSES DIAGNOSES: Medical conditions determined by a doctor. The stages of illnesses or diseases affect how sick people are and how much care they will need.
ASSISTED LIVING ASSISTED LIVING: Are facilities that provide some help with daily care, such as showers, meals, and dressing. Help with medication may also be given.
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