A Comparative Analysis Of The Impact Of Healthcare Insurance Availability On Health Outcomes In Hawai'i And Mississippi
This investigation compares, contrasts and analyzes the impact of healthcare insurance availability on health outcomes in Hawai'i and Mississippi and tests the hypothesis that health insurance prevalence improves access to care and health outcomes. Utilizing Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) survey data for the states of Hawai i and Mississippi, author James Lenhart argues for public health policy that improves healthcare insurance prevalence in the U.S. as well as public policy that improves health insurance plan characteristics.
Prepare your students for career success with this trusted introduction to the world of health insurance billing and the dynamic, growing field of health information management. A GUIDE TO HEALTH INSURANCE BILLING, Fourth Edition, provides a thorough, practical overview of key principles and current practices, from patient registration to claims submission. Now updated to reflect the latest trends, technology, terminology, legal and regulatory guidelines, and coding systems'including ICD-10'the new edition also features a dynamic full-color layout designed to engage today's students. The text includes abundant exercises, examples, case studies, and activities focused on real-world applications, including step-by-step procedures for generating, processing, and submitting health insurance claims to commercial, private, and government insurance programs. An access code for SimClaim interactive online billing software is also provided; this program puts students' skills to the test with case studies that require form completion.
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