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Category: Skilled Nursing

What is Single-Payer Health Care

What is Single-Payer Health Care?

Single-payer national health insurance, sometimes known as “Medicare for all,” is a system in which a single public or quasi-public body organizes health care finance, while service delivery is mostly in private hands. All medically essential services, including doctor, hospital, preventative, long-term care, mental health, reproductive health care, dentistry, vision, prescription medication, and medical supply […]
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What Is the SBAR Technique in Nursing

SBAR Nursing: A Complete Guide

Communication is one of the most crucial elements of the medical profession, between patients, caregivers, and medical professionals. Failure to rescue (FTR) is frequently used to measure a hospital’s care quality. FTR can be caused by various circumstances, including a failure to notice patient deterioration, a failure to convey concerns, and a failure to diagnose […]
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How Disability Discrimination Affects Individuals

How Disability Discrimination Affects Individuals

Discrimination is an everyday occurrence for many individuals with disabilities worldwide. Few researchers have concentrated on the stigma they endure and what it means for their health. Discrimination based on disability has a significant to moderate link to self-reported health and mental discomfort. Discrimination against people with disabilities is more likely to have a wide […]
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Post-Acute Care and Skilled Nursing

Post-Acute Care and Skilled Nursing

Have you been advised to seek post-acute care in a skilled nursing facility rather than returning home after being discharged from the hospital? If that’s the case, you’ve probably got a few questions, such as: What is post-acute care, exactly? When and why is it recommended by hospital medical teams and discharge planners? When you’ve […]
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