healthcare need

healthcare need

A gap in a person’s health state, which would benefit from an appropriate and effective care intervention.
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8 Primary, allied, and specialty healthcare services without the possibility of exclusion from insurance or similar financial support based on a "pre-existing condition," such as the presence of a developmental disability, emotional/behavioral challenge, or other special healthcare need.
7 million children with special healthcare needs, providing a safety net for families that have had to reduce their work hours or stop working altogether due to their child's health status.
This could help influence the decisions of GP commissioners in addressing local people's healthcare needs, at a time when the NHS nationally faces a potential PS30bn funding gap between now and 2020.
Specifically, this third edition sets out to accomplish three goals: (1) to educate American Federation of Teachers (AFT) members on their roles and responsibilities in relation to children with special healthcare needs (sometimes referred to as "medically fragile students"); (2) to educate AFT members on their rights as school employees; and (3) to outline possible solutions and protections for local unions to pursue on behalf of their members.
The annual Take a Loved One for a Checkup Day is challenging African Americans to take charge of their healthcare needs and turn around some of the disparities in medical treatment.
The findings, which are published today in the British Medical Journal, suggest there is no link between age and healthcare needs.
Promote research to identify the best practices in meeting the mental healthcare needs of nursing home residents.
We look forward to supporting their ongoing efforts to meet the healthcare needs of the north Texas community.
He also called on them to make a greater commitment to the primary healthcare needs of people in the Third World, who are so often lacking in the basics.
As regards healthcare, Alpha One has assumed a lead role in advocating for the healthcare needs of people with disabilities in Maine.

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