Health Care Event Protection. Christina Haley of San Marcos,Texas, age 57, recently suffered a stroke. She was in intensivecare for 3 days and was hospitalized for 10 more days. Her totalbill for this care was $125,500. After being discharged from thehospital, she spent 25 days in a nursing home at a cost of $170 perday. Christina, who earns $4,500 per month, missed two months ofwork. Christina had a health insurance plan through her employer.The policy had a $1000 deductible and an 80/20 coinsurance clausewith a $2000 coinsurance cap. She had also accumulated 21 sick days(equivalent to one month) at work. Otherwise she had no long-termcare or disability income insurance. (a) How much of Christina’s direct medical expenses was paid byher insurance policy? (b) What did Christina have to pay for her nursing homecare? (c) How much income did Christina lose? . . .
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