HE 312 Chapter 11 & 13

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  1. What is the best definition for Mental Health?
    • —Function under adversity
    • —Get satisfaction in giving
    • —Show consideration for others
    • —Curb hate and guilt; be able to love
    • —Adapt to changes
    • —Maintain control over stress
  2. What is the best definition for Mental Disorder?
    —All diagnosable disorders that result in an alteration of mood, thinking or behavior associated with distress and/or impaired function.
  3. What are the major types of disorders in relation to age?
    • 1. Anxiety Disorder - 11 y/o
    • 2. Substance Abuse - 20 y/o
    • 3. Mood Disorder -  30 y/o
  4. Name 6 Symptoms of Clinical Depression
    • 1. Physical symptoms
    • 2. Attention Problems
    • 3. Lack of Interest in favorite activities
    • 4. Sadness
    • 5. Suicidal Thoughts
    • 6. Sleeplesness
  5. What are different treatments for depression at different stages?
    • 1. Mild Depression - Counseling, Education, Exercise
    • 2. Moderate Depression - Psychological counseling, antidepressants
    • 3. Moderate Severe - The patients' preference for antidepressants or psychological counseling
    • 4. Major Depression - Psychiatric treatment, Couseling + Antidepressants
  6. What are key elements for primary prevention of depression?
    • 1. Delaying the age of on-set mental illness
    • 2. Education/Outreach for earlier disgnosis
  7. What are key elements for secondary prevention of depression?
    • 1. Ongoing Counseling
    • 2. Increase social service providers
  8. What are tertiaty treatment for depression?
    • 1. Behavioral training
    • 2. Psycho-therapy
  9. Health education that incorporates interventions aimed at disease prevention and health promotion.
    Population-based Public Health Practice
  10. Services usually provided by or under the supervision of a physician or other traditional health care provider
    Medical Practice
  11. The different kind of care that is associated with individuals with chronic illness, disabilities, or other conditions that limit them physically or mentally.

    Care usually found in Nursing homes, Assisted Living facilities and Adult Senior Centers
    Long-term Care
  12. Health care services provided to individuals shortly before death
    End-of-Life Practice
  13. How is the HMO model different in the U.S.?
    The organization hires doctors to provide care for contract  recipents in a community, workplace...etc.. The U.S. is the only developed country in the world without National Health insurance
  14. What are some barriers for having health insurance in the U.S.?
    1. Some physicians and Hospitals Do Not Accept Medicare or Medicaid

    2. Some physicians file Medicaid and Medicare paperwork for services not rendered aka Medicaid/Medicare fraud
  15. Type of care that utilizes First-contact treatment, Clinical preventative services, and ongoing care for common medical conditions
    Primary Medical Care
  16. Type of care that is usally provided by physicians that gives specialized attention to less frequent medical conditions
    Secondary Medical Care
  17. Type of care that is more highly specialized and technologically sophisticated for advanced treatment of illnesses such as cancer, heart disease and heart bypass surgery.
    Tertiary Medical Care
  18. What are 3 parts of the Healthcare triangle?
    • 1. Quality of Healthcare
    • 2. Access to Healthcare
    • 3. Cost of Healthcare
  19. What are the major funding sources paying for healthcare?
    • 1. Medicaid - 49%
    • 2. Medicare - 20%
    • 3. Out of Pocket - 18%
    • 4. Private health insurance - 7%
    • 5. Other - 5%
  20. Name the 3 Major type of Government Health Insurance and who is eligble and what is covered
    I) Medicare - Covers 46.5 million people 65 years of age or indivduals with permanent kidney failure and disablity under the age of 65.

    • It covers:
    • 1. Skilled Nurses Care 
    • 2. Hospice Care
    • 3. Inpatient Hospital Care
    • 4. Prescriptions

    II) Medicaid - Covers 46 million Low income Americans. Also cover Skilled Nurses Care

    III) The Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) - covers Low income children

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