Child Health care

Child Health care is defined as the medical services that are provided by the medical health professionals to the children having disease or infection. These services are funded by different health organizations. These medical professionals are specialized and experienced in treating pediatric patients. Child Healthcare addresses all the common and important clinical problems in children, including immunization, history and examination, growth and nutrition, acute and chronic infections, parasites, skin conditions, and difficulties in the home and society. Child Healthcare was developed for use in primary care settings.
Twenty percent of American children—about 14 million children—have mild to moderate chronic problems such as persistent ear infections, respiratory allergies, asthma, eczema and skin allergies, and speech defects (Neff and Anderson, 1995). Another 10 percent—about 7 million children—have one or more severe chronic conditions, such as congenital heart defects, neural tube defects, juvenile diabetes mellitus, sickle cell disease, or HIV infections. 
Insurance coverage for children is changeable and fractioned, and many controversial issues remain unsolved. It is generally agreed that the most comprehensive and child-specific package of benefits is Medicaid, which offers a full range of medically necessary care for children, including children with special needs. In some cases, privately insured children can receive additional assistance from public sources, even Medicaid, to pay for what their private plan does not cover. Other programs do not need to be statewide but must be based on one of the following three options:
    Benchmark coverage.
    Benchmark-equivalent coverage. 
    Another benefits package approved by the Secretary of Health and Human Services.
 

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