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 What Is Mds for Healthcare?

Answer MDS (minimal data set) is a standard assessment tool required for long-term care facilities to assess each patient. This standard assessment is regulated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human ... Read More »
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In the current U.S. healthcare system, who pays for the healthcare?

does everyone pay for insurance, and the insurance pays for their healthcare â–¬ that is the basic premise of insurance.Do we pay for some, and then our insurance pays for the rest â–¬ this is the ... Read More »
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Healthcare: Could i get in trouble?

That is the most asinine thing I have ever heard. Can you say lawsuit waiting to happen. Whoever is responsible for the patient is responsible for vitals. I never trust anyone to take vitals for me... Read More »
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Does Angola have bad healthcare?

Yes, the CIA is an arm of the US federal government.
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What is a healthcare deductible?

A deductible is the amount an individual is required to pay for a health care-related expense. Virtually all insurance policies, including auto and home insurance, have some type of deductible, req... Read More »
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