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Posted by achmadreza on Oct 21, 2010 in data" blogku..

1. Satellite ambulatory care units (Satelit unit perawatan rawat jalan)

Some hospitals operate part of their organized outpatient department as physically separate unit from the hospital, and may provide primary care only, comprehensive care or services for special populations or for special needs (example : family, planning, sports medicine, maternal and child care, preventive care, etc). These satellite ambulatory care units medical record requirements are the same for these satellite units as for other hospital outpatient units.  Of special concern in satellite units, however, is the flow of information between the satellite and the hospital. (Huffman, K Edna, Health Information Management).

2. Free standing ambulatory care facility

There are many types of free standing ambulatory care facilities. The physician’s office provides a large percentage of free standing ambulatory care. This office may be a solo practice, a private group practice, or a health maintenance organizations. Public health departments often provide ambulatory care through neighborhood health centers. (Huffman, K Edna, Health Information Management).

3. HMO ( Health Maintenance Organizations )

HMO emerged as an attempt to control health care cost. The AHA defines the HMO as an “organizations that has management responsibility for providing comprehensive health care service on a prepayment basis to voluntarily and rolled person within a designated populatins”. (Huffman, K Edna, Health Information Management).

4. PPO (Preferred Provider Organizations)

PPO are also a response to escalating health care cost. (Huffman, K Edna, Health Information Management).

5. On-site ambulatory

On-site ambulatory care is care provided in a nonhospital setting such as a business, educational institution, or prison. (Huffman, K Edna, Health Information Management).

6. Home care

Home Care defined as services (medical and nonmedical) given to patients and their families in their homes or place of residence. Home care is a component of health care delivery system in the United States. Because of the level / size satisfaction, increasing elderly population, consumer protection and improving health care technology, the number of home care providers in the long run increases. Most hospitals have implemented home care system. . (Huffman, K Edna, Health Information Management).

7. Hospice

Hospice is program that provides palliative medical care to the terminal patient and psychosocial and spiritual support to the patient and his family. (Huffman, K Edna, Health Information Management).

8. Respite care

Respite care is defined as care given by a provider to a person living in community to provide a break to family members that normally provide the care. (Huffman, K Edna, Health Information Management).

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