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  • Answer: This person needs to have a Healthcare Proxy. This is someone who will make ONLY their medical decisions, and is court appointed. Usually the court will appoint a family member. A person who is under arrest still has the autonomy to make their own medical decisions, Only a person who is incompetent (determined by the court), or who does not have capacity (determined by a physician) can NOT make their own medical decisions. If you wish to become this persons health care decision maker, you need to seek the necessary forms to become their healthcare proxy (most hospitals have the forms or should at least be able to tell you how to get them).
  • Answer: Capitation method is the one provide member directed toward preventive care.
    Afters health provider identify hi/her list of people to be saved is his/her duty to make sure that the group do not become sick so that he will save more and earn profit.
    In capitation health provider visit the member to the home place to know the life style of the member and provide health education to reduce the risk of become sick
    In the US, this was the paradigm that enabled the development of Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO). Capitation is just one payment model for HMOs. Others use provider payment models that more reward health maintenance and preventive care than the allopathic approach of traditional models which more treats disease and symptoms rather than promoting healthy lifestyles and preventive medicine. The allopathic models generally pay the providers by "fee for service" (so the monetary incentive is to do more...the more you intervene and treat, the more money you make.) This encourages unnecessary treatments and testing. Total health care is often referred to as holistic care and many HMO models do promote and encourage holistic care as an approach to preventive care and wellness.

    In the UK, they use a nationalized plan for care that is also holistic and preventive. They use payment models for their providers of healthcare that encourages wellness and health and rewards the providers based upon measures of the health of their patients.
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What plan allows members of kaiser permanente medical care program to seek medical help from non-kaiser physicians?

  • health maintenance organization (HMO)

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