|Statement||by Center for Survey Research & Analysis at the University of Connecticut.|
|Contributions||Connecticut. Office of Health Care Access., University of Connecticut. Center for Survey Research & Analysis.|
|LC Classifications||RA413.7.U53 R46 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 41 p. :|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||2008397256|
GoalImprove access to comprehensive, quality health care services. Improving health care services includes increasing access to and use of evidence-based preventive services. 15,16 Clinical preventive services are services that: Prevent illness by promoting healthy behaviors in people without risk factors (e.g., diet and exercise counseling). Office Management; HR Legal Matters; Wages and Financial Issues; Front and Center. Access to Care. Children's Dental Health Month; Donated Dental Services; Fluoride; Mission of Mercy; Access to Care; Executive Committee; Annual Session; Continuing Education; Employee Benefits;. (c) If the words “Office of Health Care Access” are used or referred to in any public or special act of or in any section of the general statutes which is amended in , such words shall be deemed to mean or refer to the Office of Health Care Access division within the Department of Public Health. For the 16th year in a row, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) has reported on healthcare quality and disparities. The National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Report presents trends for measures related to access to care, affordable care, care coordination, effective treatment, healthy living, patient safety, and person-centered care.
Assessing Progress on the Institute of Medicine Report The Future of Nursing. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / funding from diploma nursing programs to support the implementation of nurse residency programs in rural and critical access areas. Health care organizations, the Health Resources and Services. Individuals were eligible for participation in the pilot if they were unemployed and receiving TANF, met access to care standards for mental health treatment, expressed an interest in being employed, and lived in Skagit or Snohomish counties. In the United States—more than in 11 other wealthy countries—the health care you receive varies with your level of income. For instance, in the U.S., 44 percent of lower-income people reported that costs prevented them from getting needed health care, while only 26 percent of higher-income people did, according to The Commonwealth Fund’s report comparing health care system performance in. As background for the discussions in the report, this chapter defines some of the common terms and concepts from the area of health care access and scheduling, describes the scheduling practices most often seen in various health care settings, and identifies the basic factors that play a role in scheduling delays and clic-clelia.com: Gary Kaplan, Marianne Hamilton Lopez, J. Michael McGinnis.