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PH 116 Notes October 2

by: Dorothy Tai

PH 116 Notes October 2 PH 116

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These notes are shorter and just highlight the key points discussed in class this week
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Date Created: 10/02/15
Dorothy Tai 10215 Notes Key Points for PH 116 Page 11 EMTALA is an unfunded mandate this means the government doesn t directly pay for your expenses one must do it on their own most of the time gt Passed during the Reagan administration and as a way to reduce healthcare payment costs gt If one goes into emergency care the government will pay for the nancial costs gt There is no set way that EMTALA offers to help people pay off expenses and it is pretty unstructured Queuing there are various waiting times people wait to receive affordable care around the world gt The problems with this are too overemphasized Rational care in the US we tend to ration care based on ability to pay Moral hazard additional healthcare purchased by people who are insured gt It started off as sickness insurance where people used it to simply pay their nances when they got sick Mechanisms used so people don t utilize healthcare too much gt Copayment at amount paid at point of service gt Coinsurance certain percentage paid at point of service gt Deductible the amount you owe before your health insurance begins to pay


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