Ch 20: Health-Related Products & Services

About This Chapter

The lessons in this chapter cover the delivery of healthcare, benefits of regular check-ups, and information regarding the protection of the health care consumer. Lessons come with self-assessment quizzes to ensure mastery of the material.

Health-Related Products & Services - Chapter Summary

Learn about the various healthcare delivery options, such as hospitals and clinics, and the different styles of health care systems in use around the world. This chapter will teach you about private and public health insurance including Medicare, and Medicaid. Our experienced instructors will also guide you through lessons on the following topics:

  • Health maintenance activities
  • The physical examination
  • Consumer health laws and agencies
  • Over-the-counter medications

These brief and engaging video lessons are packed with the information you need about health products and services. Each lesson comes with an interactive timeline that will take you straight to the major video-topic of your choice. It also comes with a lesson transcript that links to related content so you can expand your contextual understanding of the material.

8 Lessons in Chapter 20: Health-Related Products & Services
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Types of Healthcare Professionals & Delivery Systems

1. Types of Healthcare Professionals & Delivery Systems

Healthcare professionals take on many different roles to deliver quality patient care. Not only do healthcare workers provide care in the hospital settings, but they also work in several other care delivery systems. This lesson will describe various healthcare roles and the variety of delivery systems in which they work.

Types of Health Care: HMOs, PPOs, Socialized Medicine & Direct-Fee System

2. Types of Health Care: HMOs, PPOs, Socialized Medicine & Direct-Fee System

In this lesson, we discuss health care as a social institution and how health care systems differ worldwide. We also discuss several different ways that health care is paid for by patients, organizations and government.

Health Insurance and Health Care: Overview, Roles & Regulations

3. Health Insurance and Health Care: Overview, Roles & Regulations

This lesson will explain the major aspects of health insurance and its role in your health care costs. We will discuss premiums, deductibles, coinsurance, copays, and more!

Medicare and Medicaid: Definitions & Functions

4. Medicare and Medicaid: Definitions & Functions

This lesson will teach and define what Medicare and Medicaid are, what they are for, what they provide, and for whom they were established for. We'll also cover the four main parts of Medicare.

Health Maintenance: Activities & Benefits

5. Health Maintenance: Activities & Benefits

Do you go to the doctor or dentist? I sure hope so! If you do, do you know why? If not, no worries. Read this lesson to find out the many benefits of some important health maintenance activities.

Your Physical Exam: Purpose & Major Components

6. Your Physical Exam: Purpose & Major Components

The physical exam is one of the most important tools at your doctor's disposal. Find out why, as well as what the major components of this critical test actually are.

Consumer Health: Laws, Regulations & Agencies

7. Consumer Health: Laws, Regulations & Agencies

In this lesson we will look at a brief history of laws protecting consumer health, current laws, and agencies involved in consumer protection in the United States.

GRAS & GRAE: Safety & Efficacy of Over-the-Counter (OTC) Medications

8. GRAS & GRAE: Safety & Efficacy of Over-the-Counter (OTC) Medications

This lesson will explain what the term 'generally recognized as safe and effective' (GRASE, GRAS/E, GRASE/GRAE) means and how that is determined. We will also discuss over-the-counter medication approval.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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