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Completely updated in a new edition and cutting-edge in focus, this book prepares readers for the rapid and continuing changes in private and public health policy that have changed--and continue to change--the work environment for occupational therapists and physical therapists. Writtenspecifically from the therapist's perspective, it explains the principles and major structures of health services--withoutoverburdening reader with the minutiae of these complicated programs--so they can understand how policies and systems affect their ability to serve patients and how they can be effective advocates during private and public policy change. Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, other rehabilitation professionals, e.g. Rehab Counselors, Vocational Rehab Counselors, Speech Language Pathologists, Rehab Nurses.
Table of Contents
|Disablement, Policy and Systems|
|Access and Cost of Health Care|
|Quality of Health Care|
|Public Policies Addressing Social Disablement|
|Fundamentals of Insurance|
|Managed Care and Beyond|
|Medicaid, SCHIP, Military/ Veterans Medical Insurance, Indian Health Service|
|The Acute Medical Care System|
|The Post Acute Health Care System|
|Special Education, Public Health and Complementary/ Alternative Medicine|
|Effecting Policy Change: Therapist as Advocate|
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