Health Care Service Provider Presentation
Selected Healthcare Service providers
Preventive care or public health
Ambulatory or primary care
Sub acute or long-term care
Mental health services
Emergency management or disaster preparedness
Military and veteran services
Indian health services
Mental Health- This is the sate of someone’s psychological health and the absence of mental illness. Thinking and acting logically.
Routine Checkup for other diseases
Advising the patients and their care givers on the best way to handle the condition of the patient.
Guidance and counselling.
Other additional services that mental health include monitoring for signs that show a deteriorating mental health. Some of these signs include; Drug abuse and using them more than usual, unexplained aches, feeling helpless and hopeless, low energy, servere mood wings etc.
Roles of Stakeholders
Family – These are the people who are close and related with the patient. They provide support ,love and guidance towards the recovery of these to these patients.
Friends – Friends are the people who notice the early signs of mental illness since they associate with them more closely. Signs like drug abuse are noticed earlier by friends.
Community partners –
Mental illness is financed though insurance. These are monthly deductions on people who are working and have a salary.
For people who opt for private hospitals, they get to cover their own cost if they seek it elsewhere where insurance is not applicable.
Patient personalization – This is figuring out the preferences of the patients so their health can be squeezed in between. This is because of the strict timelines modern day economies dictate.
Hospitals Using Smart Technology – Hospitals are now using technology to keep patient’s records and track their health history (Elliott, Huizinga & Menard, 2012).
Using Embedded health chips – This is implanting chips in humans that help the doctors monitor the patients as they go about their daily activities. This is enable more accuracy (Beronio, Skopec & Glied, 2014).
Wireless and mobile technology – Almost everyone has a wireless device and this can be tapped to be used in the delivery of information and monitoring patient’s health.
Elliott, D. S., Huizinga, D., & Menard, S. (2012). Multiple problem youth: Delinquency, substance use, and mental health problems. Springer Science & Business Media.
Seal, K. H., Metzler, T. J., Gima, K. S., Bertenthal, D., Maguen, S., & Marmar, C. R. (2009). Trends and risk factors for mental health diagnoses among Iraq and Afghanistan veterans using Department of Veterans Affairs health care, 2002–2008. American journal of public health, 99(9), 1651-1658.
Beronio, K., Po, R., Skopec, L., & Glied, S. (2014). Affordable Care Act will expand mental health and substance use disorder benefits and parity protections for 62 million Americans. Mental Health, 2.