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a cause of distress or anxiety

careful forethought to avoid harm or risk

the function of watching, guarding, or overseeing

the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

to have an objection

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care for: to have the care and supervision of

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judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger

an anxious feeling

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a cause for feeling concern

attention and management implying responsibility for safety

prefer or wish to do something

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be concerned with

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Thus this paper contains an in-depth study of Medicaid HMOs and private HMOs' consumer-friendly characteristics that are proposed to serve as the potential explanatory variables for HMOs' diverse performance in terms of consumers' utilization of preventive care services.
The second reason preventive care brings so few cost savings is the large number of people who need to receive a particular preventive service in order to avert a single expensive illness.
Assume for the moment that the reform-induced price change elicits a large demand response from both insured and previously uninsured people, resulting in an increase in total spending for preventive care.
Accordingly, HRSA must quickly flesh them out in the coming months if they are to be up and running by the time the preventive care provision takes effect in September, or anytime soon thereafter.
The highest screening rate was 10%, for visits to a gynecology clinic; 7% of preventive care visits and 4% of visits by women aged 15-24 included screening.
Persons who regularly use private care may lack established relationships with public providers, and private providers may be less likely to exhort their patients to obtain preventive care.
Many parents just don't have the time or money to take their children to receive preventive care, assistant principal Henry Fries said.
In addition, the FSA and HRA pay or reimburse preventive care benefits, as described in Notice 2004-23.
The lag in preventive care may have something to do with record keeping, Mr.
Completely revised and updated, this encyclopedia surveys all aspects of human health, from infancy to old age, With a strong emphasis on preventive care, initial sections discuss elements of good health, including nutrition and fitness, how the body changes over the course of a lifetime, and the common ailments that strike it.
GAO was asked to determine (1) the extent to which beneficiaries received recommended preventive services through existing visits, (2) whether approaches used by Medicare + Choice plans provide insight for improving delivery of preventive care services for fee-for-service beneficiaries, and (3) what the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is doing to explore suggested options for delivering preventive care to fee-for-service beneficiaries.
They then obtained their medical records and compared the recorded treatments with the recommended treatments for 30 acute and chronic conditions, and for preventive care.
People with even short breaks in their health insurance coverage are less likely to seek crucial preventive care, according to a study from researchers at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, Ohio, and Metro-Health Medical Center.
HMOs also encourage patients to have a primary care provider, and they have been leaders in the use of technologies like computerized reminder systems, which are effective in promoting the regular use of preventive care services (Mandelson and Thompson, 1998).
Stroke patients with dementia not given preventive care
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