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  2. Universal Service | Federal Communications Commission

    Universal service is the principle that all Americans should have access to communications services. Universal service is also the name of a fund and the category of FCC programs and policies to implement this principle. Universal service is a cornerstone of the law that established the FCC, the Communications Act of 1934. Since that time, universal service policies have helped make telephone ...

  3. What Is Universal Health Care? - The Balance

    Universal health care is a system that provides quality medical services to all citizens. Services are either provided directly by the government or funded through government programs. There are various models for UHC throughout the world, from countries including Canada, the United Kingdom, France, and Japan.

  4. Overview of interpreter services (IS) Interpreter services (IS) are available through the Health Care Authority (HCA) for Medicaid health care professionals to gain access to skilled and qualified spoken and sign language interpreters for Apple Health (Medicaid) clients who require access to quality, efficient language during their health care services.

  5. Countries With Universal Health Care - WorldAtlas

    The Benefits of the Universal Health Care Coverage. The main advantage of universal healthcare is that more people can access better health care, which leads to a healthier nation and reduced number of health-related deaths. There is also reduced bankruptcy which results from medical costs.

  6. Universal Health Coverage | National Health Portal Of India

    India is embarking on an ambitious target of achieving Universal Health Coverage for all during 12th Plan period. Everybody will be entitled for comprehensive health security in the country. It will be obligatory on the part of the State to provide adequate food, appropriate medical care, safe drinking water, proper sanitation, education and ...

  7. AHRQ Health Literacy Universal Precautions Toolkit

    Health literacy universal precautions are the steps that practices take when they assume that all patients may have difficulty comprehending health information and accessing health services. Health literacy universal precautions are aimed at— Simplifying communication with and confirming comprehension for all patients, so that the risk of ...

  8. Single-Payer Health Care vs. Universal: Pros and Cons

    Single-payer health coverage refers to a system in which one entity pays for residents' medical services. In most cases, the payer will be the country's government, using funds collected via taxes. In the U.S., Medicare and the VA system are both examples of single-payer health coverage, as they're funded by the federal government.

  9. Universal Health Services: Q2 Earnings Snapshot | Miami Herald

    Universal Health Services Inc. (UHS) on Monday reported second-quarter net income of $164.1 million. On a per-share basis, the King Of Prussia, Pennsylvania-based company said it had net income of ...

  10. CH-14, Universal Child Health Record - State

    CH-14, Universal Child Health Record Author: ewhite Keywords: ch-14, child health record, child health program, family health services, child and adolescent health program, UNIVERSAL CHILD HEALTH RECORD Created Date: 10/6/2017 4:47:03 PM

  11. Universal Health Visiting Pathway in Scotland: pre-birth to ...

    The programme set out in Hall 4 can be delivered by any member of the primary care or wider Child Health Support Team, including General Practitioners, Staff Nurses, Early Years Support Workers or Health Visitors. This document and Universal Health Visiting Pathway emphasises the Health Visitor's specific unique contribution to achieving Hall 4 ...