5 edition of Texas Health Care in Perspective 2001 found in the catalog.
by Morgan Quitno Corporation
Written in English
|Contributions||Scott Morgan (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||21|
The specialists should work with your primary care health team to ensure everyone knows what the other is recommending. Tertiary Care and Hospitalization Once a patient is hospitalized and needs a higher level of specialty care within the hospital, he may be referred to tertiary care. Glenn specializes in solutions. An alumnus of the University of Texas at Austin, he has worked for UT since He currently serves as the Project Services Coordinator for the Texas System of Care, operating largely behind the scenes to support the team as they work to ensure that Texas children have access to excellent mental health care.
For specific procedures and treatments, health care providers can train individuals to administer their own self-care, on their own time, without supervision or dependence on a licensed professional. Patient-administered self-care can occur either in traditional health care facilities or another location of the patient's choosing outside of a. For example, in and , two of the largest health care systems in southeastern Michigan (i.e., Metropolitan Detroit) were hit with significant losses that resulted in hospital and clinic closures. These closures result in additional strains on remaining hospitals, creating even greater stresses for an already fragile system.
According to the United Nations enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights of every human being. Recently, disparate health care of people with disabilities has captured the attention of the international health and development community (Tomlinson et al., ; WHO, ).The need to identify barriers that people with disabilities . Disasters do more than cause unexpected deaths, injuries, and illnesses. Among their effects are the destruction of local health infrastructures—hospitals, doctor's offices, clinics, dialysis centers, pharmacies, and the like; the environmental impact, such as increased risk of communicable diseases, premature death, and decreased quality of life; psychological effects, including .
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