Introduction to Health Policy
Shi, L. (2014). Introduction to Health Policy. Chicago, IL: Health Administration Press. Washington, D.C.: Health Admin. Press.
Please write up 150 to 200 word count for Questions 1 – 9; Question 10 is a PowerPoint, and Question 11 requires a Flowchart. Try and relate the material to real-life applications and also to the textbook- Introduction to health policy. Check work for plagiarism!
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- What major events in health care access and delivery since 1950 have significantly changed and enhanced health care policy in the United States?
- What role does federal, state and local governments each play in influencing health care policy.
- How do we know which law we are to follow if there is a difference between a state and federal law?
- Discuss determinants of a health problem. Identify policy intervention to the health problem. Do you think the policy intervention is the most significant concept?
- Watchthe video: Health Insurance Changes Coming Your Way Under the Affordable Care Act. http://kff.org/health-reform/video/youtoons-obamacare-video/
- Did this website give you any new ‘perspectives’ on health care? What were they? http://kff.org/perspectives/
- Do you see health care spending decreasing or increasing in the future? Why?
- I don’t think that health will never go down, since the cost of malpractice insurance is so expensive that a doctor has to have a certain income to cover that expense must their cost of living. The truth is that if the cost of health care won’t go down since its one of the biggest business in this country, in fact the cost does go down then what will happen to the economy; i have yet seen something like that in which the health care going down after years of being so expensive that would be the first. The fact that the over head expensive of health care won’t allow the cost to go down….that would be in a perfect world and that’s not the world we live in.