Health Care Models Analysis

Health Care Models Analysis

Directions: Develop a hypothetical case requiring the treatment of a patient (for example, the patient has a virus, an allergy, or a chronic condition). Using this case, explain the process in which each model (medical, holistic, epidemiological triangle, and social) would provide treatment (considering underlying causes, symptoms, as well as personal, social, economic, and environmental factors). If a model can be explained using a labeled graphic, then that is acceptable as well.

Hypothetical Case (basic details only):

Medical Model:

Holistic Health Model:

Epidemiological Triangle Model:

Social Model:

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1. Delivering Health Care in America: A Systems Approach

Read Chapter 6 in Delivering Health Care in America: A Systems Approach.

Leiyu Shi, DrPH, MBA, MPA, Douglas A. Singh, PhD, MBA

2. Health Care USA: Understanding Its Organization and Delivery

Read Chapter 8 in Health Care USA: Understanding Its Organization and delivery.

Harry A. Sultz DDS,MPH and Kristina M. Young MS

PLEASE FOLLOW THE RUBRIC ONLY ORGINIAL WORK TURNIT IN WILL BE USED.PLEASE BE ON TIME.

ristina M. Young, MS

School of Public Health and Health

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Health Care Models  

  1 Unsatisfactory 0.00% 2 Less Than Satisfactory 65.00% 3 Satisfactory 75.00% 4 Good 85.00% 5 Excellent 100.00%
80.0 %Content  
30.0 %Health Care Model Knowledge Includes little knowledge about each or several models. Subject knowledge is not evident. Includes little knowledge about each model (medical, holistic, epidemiological triangle, and social). Outlines underlying causes and symptoms, as well as personal, social, economic, and environmental factors with few supporting details and examples. Little subject knowledge is evident. Includes knowledge about each model (medical, holistic, epidemiological triangle, and social) with some supporting details and examples. Presents basic information in relation to underlying causes and symptoms, as well as personal, social, economic, and environmental factors. Some subject knowledge is evident. Includes essential knowledge about each model (medical, holistic, epidemiological triangle, and social) with supporting details and examples. Addresses underlying causes and symptoms, as well as personal, social, economic, and environmental factors. Subject knowledge appears to be good. Covers each model (medical, holistic, epidemiological triangle, and social) in depth. Fully covers

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