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Supported Employment (Overview)

Supported employment is a term for jobs for those that are severely disabled (including by psychiatric illness and cognitive deficits).


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Electronic health records allow sharing with insurance companies, right?

Electronic health records allow sharing with insurance companies, right?

Yes, but...: ...Guess what? Insurance companies can also look at your paper records too. Built into the contracts they sign with doctors, insurance companies can "audit" a physician to look at their clinical notes. This is to prevent overbilling or incorrectly billing. So your insurance company already has access to all of your medical records. An ehr would make it easier to share those records. ...Read more

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Supported Employment (Overview)

Supported employment is a term for jobs for those that are severely disabled (including by psychiatric illness and cognitive deficits).


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Medicolegal opinion of employer required drug testing?

Medicolegal opinion of employer required drug testing?

Medico legal: An employer may require a urine drug test in order for you to get the job. This is quite appropriate. You can refuse- and it will then be very unlikely that you will land the job. ...Read more

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What changes were made since 2008 in terms of medicare, medicaid & hmo/ppo insurance reimbursements of dme, mobility, bath safety & orthopedic items?

What changes were made since 2008 in terms of medicare, medicaid & hmo/ppo insurance reimbursements of dme, mobility, bath safety & orthopedic items?

This is a great: Question and ive tried to do some searching to give a concise answer but i cannot find a study that isolates this data. If you go to cms website and drill down to search the term dme http://www.Cms.Gov/site-search/search-results.Html?Q=dme you see how hard it is to give a quick answer, ( have you read an article in hfn or elsewhere that gives this data? If so please share. ...Read more

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Will insurance or government programs cover long-term care?

Will insurance or government programs cover long-term care?

See below: State sponsored medicaid will cover the long term care if you apply with specific qualification. Medicare will not covered unless if you are on medicare part a subacute rehabilitation. Private insurance and long term care insurance are covered. Please ask admission coordinator to assist your financial needs. ...Read more

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Any advantage to having a insurance company's employee become involved in care decisions when ppo ins w no pre-approv reqd? Would add pre-approv req

Any advantage to having a insurance company's employee become involved in care decisions when ppo ins w no pre-approv reqd? Would add pre-approv req

Don't think so: Not sure i fully understand but in general i'd say health care decisions are best made with your doctor(s) and family members-the people who have your health as their priority. Insurance companies often have profit for the company as their first priority. Even if they say otherwise, there is always the potential that what's good for ur health & what's good for bottom line aren't the same. ...Read more

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Will insurance-provided wellness programs still exist under obamacare?

Will insurance-provided wellness programs still exist under obamacare?

Yes: The type of plan and level coverage that an insurance company sells through the Obamacare health insurance marketplaces should be the same quality plan as the company sells to people outside of the marketplace program. California's marketplace will sell several levels of coverage. Preventive care services (wellness programs) are in the plans offered to people inside and outside the marketplaces. ...Read more

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Are there any support sites for families of hard up pensioners on life support?

Are there any support sites for families of hard up pensioners on life support?

Try the following: http://www.ncoa.org/ and https://www.Thefamilycaregiver.Org/caregiving_resources/agencies_and_organizations.Cfm. This may get you started in the right direction. ...Read more

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Is there a government-funded health insurance program that retired massachusetts town employees can take advantage of?

Is there a government-funded health insurance program that retired massachusetts town employees can take advantage of?

Medicare: Medicare is a federal government-funded health insurance program for elderly & disabled. MassHealth is MA's Medicaid, which is run by states for those w/lower incomes. Check out https://www.mahealthconnector.org/ for health insurance options as mandated by Affordable Care Act aka Obamacare. ...Read more

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Does islam support transplantation?

Does islam support transplantation?

Very much so: There a re large transplant programs in egypt, saudi arabia, pakistan, iran, lebanon...Just to name a few. ...Read more

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Any medical research on art kids meeting donors?

Any medical research on art kids meeting donors?

Yes: There is quite a bit of deliberation on this topic, as well as case history studies on the boston pediatric hospital's website, under renal transplant. ...Read more

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What is operation peer support within the blinded veterans association?

What is operation peer support within the blinded veterans association?

Special funding : Special line item funding for the centers of excellence to put together best programs for vets. ...Read more

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What are coverage rules for dependents under the new health care reform law?

What are coverage rules for dependents under the new health care reform law?

Older age of coverag: The new law, termed the accountable health care act (called by its opponents obamacare) allows dependents currently receiving coverage to be on their parents policies until age 26 . Prior to this many ended at 18 if they were out of the house and others at age 21 no matter what. This is in jeopardy if the supreme court rules against it. This will be a major issue in the 2012 campaign. ...Read more

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Non smoker and had a cigarette Friday for socializing. Offered position and employer requires pre screening nicotine. How long stay in system?

Non smoker and had a cigarette Friday for socializing. Offered position and employer requires pre screening nicotine. How long stay in system?

Nicotine generally: leaves the system within a few days. But it can be detected for up to 3 months, on average, in hair. However, this method of testing is costly and is rarely used by employers. Saliva tests are easy and inexpensive and are commonly used by employers. They detect the cotinine metabolite for about 4 days after exposure. Cotinine can be detected in blood for up to 10 days; in urine for up to 2 weeks. ...Read more

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Anyone had your employer health care plan deny dental benefits?

Anyone had  your employer health care plan deny dental benefits?

Dental benefits: Dental benefits are something negotiated by your company and a insurance company. They decide which procedures will or will not be covered and what percentage of the dentists fee they will cover. Every plan is different. Contact your company representative to discuss all your benefits that you are paying for. ...Read more

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Are legal immigrants covered under the new obamacare?

Are legal immigrants covered under the new obamacare?

Yes they are covered: Legal immigrants are covered. The website "https://www.healthcare.gov/immigration-status-and-the-marketplace/" has the long list of categories of immigrants (in addition to lawful permanent residents / greencard holders) that qualify for coverage under Obamacare, at the marketplaces or exchanges. ...Read more

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Advanced cardiac issues- how can a patient obtain treatment w/o health insurance or medicare coverage while waiting 2 yrs. For the ssi/cal program?

FQHC : Seek out a fqhc near you. Federally qualified health centers are the best places for uninsured or underinsured patients to recieve their care. ...Read more