Introductory Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 2nd Edition by N. Jayne Klossner

By N. Jayne Klossner

The second one version of Introductory Maternity and Pediatric Nursing displays the underlying philosophy of affection, being concerned, and help for the childbearing lady, the kid, and the households of those members. spotting that the accountability of taking good care of the pregnant lady and sick baby more and more falls at the family members, this article stresses educating the sufferer, relations, and baby with an emphasis on prevention. This edition's up to date full-color images and drawings brighten up and aid the textual content, particularly for visible newcomers. A better half web site comprises videos with regards to developmental projects of being pregnant, vaginal beginning, Cesarean supply, supporting with breastfeeding, developmental issues in taking good care of teenagers, care of the hospitalized baby, and pediatric drugs management.

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Medicaid (Title XIX) established to provide health insurance coverage to low-income women and children. Migrant Health Program established to provide prenatal and infant care services to migrants, seasonal farm workers, and their families. Developmental Disabilities Service Act passed. Initiated a multifaceted mandate to organize services for individuals with developmental disabilities. Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) created. Supplemental Security Income Disabled Children’s Program (SSI/DCP) provided cash payments to the families of low-income children with disabilities.

The insured person (policyholder) ■ chooses health care providers and facilities from the approved provider list for their HMO. ■ pays flat fees associated with particular services. ■ usually cannot visit a specialist without preapproval from the insurer. Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs) With a PPO, the insurer ■ also contracts with selected health care providers and facilities to provide health care services to policyholders. ■ does not prepay the provider or facility. ■ closely evaluates providers and facilities for unnecessary services.

For example, a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is a highly specialized, costly unit to operate. If every hospital in a large city were to operate a NICU, this would be an inefficient production of health services. It is more cost effective to have one large NICU for the entire region. Cost Containment Strategies Health care costs continue to increase at a rate out of proportion to the cost of living. This situation has challenged local, state, and federal governments; insurance payers; and providers and consumers of health care to cope with skyrocketing costs while maintaining quality of care.

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