The phrase health care is a noun. Health Care means (1) the preservation of mental and physical health by preventing or treating illness through services offered by the health profession, (2) social insurance for the ill and injured.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the phrase health care.
Browse this health care consultant directory for information about health care consultants in the United States of America. The photo on this page shows a doctor consulting with a patient about health symptoms.
This association of long term and post-acute care providers advocates for quality care and services for frail, elderly, and disabled Americans. Their members provide essential care to individuals in both not-for-profit and proprietary member facilities. AHCA represents the long-term care community to government, business leaders, and the general public. It serves as a force for change, providing information, education, and administrative tools that enhance quality at every level.
Healthcare includes hospitals, doctors, dentists, nutritionists, and other health related services and professionals. Find a directory of healthcare services in all 50 states.
Partners HealthCare, located in Boston, is an integrated health care system founded by Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. The system also includes community hospitals and health care facilities. It is a major biomedical research organization allied with Harvard Medical School. The website lists the partners and provides other health care information.
This website contains an alphabetical list of hospital and nursing home profiles. For each, information is given about the numbers of nurses and other personnel, location, hospital affiliations, health care provider participation, and much other useful information. There is also a link to several online reference works on health care.
This federal government website offers a wide range of information about HIV and AIDS for patients, health care providers, researchers, community organizations, and the general public.
GMU, founded in 1956, has three campuses; Fairfax, Virginia is the main one. The school has strong programs in engineering, information technology, biotechnology, and health care. Its School of Law is one of the top 50 in the U.S. Total enrollment over all three campuses is almost 30,000.
The IFRC was founded in Paris in 1919 during the aftermath of WWI. Before that, the Red Cross was founded in 1859. The IFRC works in four areas: promoting humanitarian values; disaster response; disaster preparedness; and community health care. Users can find out about the history, volunteering, donating, jobs, meetings, publications, how to help and much more on the website.
The NLM is the world's largest medical library. It collects materials on all areas of biomedicine and health care. The collection has 9 million items including books, journals, manuscripts, and more. It also contains a large collection of rare and old medical works.
This is the official website for the American Nurses Association representing 2.9 million nurses. The Association lobbies Congress and regulatory agencies on health care issues affecting nurses and the public. The website has information about membership and benefits for joining.
UNICEF was founded in 1946 by the United Nations to help the many children facing famine and disease after WWII. UNICEF's mission is to help children wherever they need it. It provides housing, food, and clothing. It promotes education, especially in places where it is denied to girls.
The Dept. of Veterans Affairs estimates that there are almost 24 million veterans in the U.S., 7.2% of whom are women. The VA handles the benefits due to these veterans by running health care facilities; compensation and pension funds; life insurance; home loans; and burial and memorial benefits.
Overview of the Affordable Care Act that is designed to put consumers back in charge of their health care. Under the law, a new Patient's Bill of Rights gives the American people the stability and flexibility they need to make informed choices about their health.
The following articles provide recent health care-related news.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee's leading faith-based health care system is set to pay $75,000 to a worker fired for not getting a required flu shot due to his religion. ...
Washington Times. Monday, 22 Apr 2019 06:34:23 -0400.
Congressional Republicans say they fully support protections for people with pre-existing conditions, but their bills would provide less protection than the Affordable Care Act.
Robert Pear. New York Times. Sunday, 21 Apr 2019 04:12:39 GMT.
After dozens of health care workers were charged with illegally prescribing opioids in Appalachia, local health agencies are trying to make sure chronic pain patients don't fall through the cracks.
Blake Farmer. NPR. Friday, 19 Apr 2019 14:30:00 -0400.
"Children with autism spectrum disorders are generally covered by health insurance for services they require, but not universally." Dr. Ronit Molko explores the current state of health care coverage for autistic Americans.
By Ronit Molko, Authorvoice. Forbes. Thursday, 18 Apr 2019 21:58:00 +0000.
One in five Ontario children and youth suffer from a mental disorder, but less than one-third have had contact with a mental health care provider. A new study included 10,802 children and youth aged four to 17 in 6,537 families. ...
Science Daily. Wednesday, 17 Apr 2019 15:38:03 EDT.
The following pages provide more extensive health care news.