• Population Impact of the Affordable Care Act
    Population Impact of the Affordable Care Act on North Carolina’s Uninsured In 2010 the American government passed new health care legislation, called the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), in order to reform the United States health care system. This health care reform opens...
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  • NC Medicaid Expansion
    the people of North Carolina, government has the responsibility to work in the best interests of the its residents. After careful research and consideration, the conclusion has been drawn the expanding Medicare eligibility, under the guidelines associated with the 2010 Affordable Care Act (ACA), would...
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  • Impact of Affordable Care Act on North Carolina Uninsured Population
     Impact of Affordable Care Act on North Carolina Uninsured Population Rita Santos Walden University NURS-6050N-1,Policy & Advocacy for Population Health January 3, 2014 Impact of ACA on North Carolina Uninsured Population The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is in vigor since January 1, 2014, and...
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  • Economics and Healthcare
    is certainly influenced by our economy. This access is very limited for the uninsured because of the extreme high costs of healthcare services and medications. According to the Social Security Advisory Board, health care spending is increasing at a more rapid rate than are earnings for workers and...
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  • Affordable Care ACT
     THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT Impact of the Affordable Care Act The patient protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA) is expected to have a major impact on the financing of healthcare, principally by expanding insurance coverage to approximately 32 million of the current 50.7...
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  • Affordable Healthcare Act in North Carolina
    Affordable Healthcare Act in North Carolina Affordable healthcare coverage for all Americans was a challenge the government faced. The United States was the only developed country without national health care system in place for citizens. The government actively sought to provide affordable insurance...
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  • Healthcare Reform
    | Health Care Reform | Impact of Medicaid on Primary Care | | Laurie Bennett, Wendy Gagnon, Marie Lockard, and Stephanie Perry | June 6, 2010Mt. Olive College | | Abstract This paper discusses some of the key functions in the delivery of health care as it relates to Medicaid. The paper will...
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  • Health Insurance in Theus
    purchased insurance, social insurance or a social welfare program funded by the government. Synonyms for this usage include "health coverage," "health care coverage" and "health benefits." In a more technical sense, the term is used to describe any form of insurance that provides protection against the...
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  • Management Roles
    immigrants represent a 57% portion of the population in the United States. That is 12 million of the 30 million Mexican-Americans currently resonating in the U.S. Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) this will condense the amount of uninsured Mexican-Americans but, not the undocumented...
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  • obama care analysis
    CURRENT STATE OF U.S HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY Looking at today’s scenario, U.S ranks at the top when it comes to health care expenditure which is 16.3% when compared with all the developed nations. Currently, approximately 16% of the U.S population which is approximately 44 million people; are not privileged...
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  • Access to Care Essay 2
    A Local Access to Care Program: A Mixed-Methods Approach Measuring Barriers to Care, Emergency Department Utilization, and Overall Program Satisfaction A Local Access to Care Program: A Mixed-Methods Approach Measuring Barriers to Care, Emergency Department Utilization, and Overall Program Satisfaction ...
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  • Value Based Insurance Design: Embracing Value over Cost Alone. American Journal of Managed Care. Vol 15, #10. December 2009
    approach, and in its fully evolved and widely adopted form, VBID will promote a healthier population and therefore support cost-containment efforts by producing better health at any price point. (Am J Manag Care. 2009;15:S277-S283) Introduction-The Backdrop The US healthcare system is in crisis, with...
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  • Child Welfare Poverty Issues
    twice the federal poverty level to meet their basic needs. Currently the United States measures poverty by an outdated standard developed in the 1960’s. Although many people are affected by poverty, children suffer the most. Recent studies have shown that 24.5% of children under 18 and 26% of children...
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  • State Childrens Health Insurance Program
    SCHIP (State Children’s Health Insurance Program) Abstract The Balance Budget Act of 1997 created the Children’s Health Care Program (SCHIP). This program is also known as the State Children’s Health Insurance Program. Over 10 years, the program allocated around $20 billion for assisting...
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  • Healthcare as a Right
    ................................... 19 A. Health Care Policy Needs to be About The Right to Health ................................ 20 B. The Health Care System Needs to be Simplified.................................................. 20 C. Health Care Must be Universally Available and Accessible ......
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  • Political Implications in the United States
    United States resulting from Judge John Roberts and the U.S. Supreme Court ruling regarding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act [pic] Collaborative Authors: Gentry Hill ( Brian Kingsbury ( Henry Singletary ( Jessica Hawkins ( Catherine...
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  • Current Healthcare Issue
    the emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, (Steverman, 2008). During the same year, the automobile industry requested $34 billion to aid in their economic struggles (Romney, 2008). Given this chain of events, it should come as no surprise that the health care industry is also facing economic constraints...
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  • Logic
    your program, the activities you plan, and the changes or results you hope to achieve. Resources/ Inputs Activities Outputs Outcomes Impact 1 2 3 4 5 Your Planned Work Your Intended Results Figure 1. The Basic Logic Model. The most basic logic model is a picture...
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  • Medicaid Expension in Affordable Care Act and It's Coersion
     The Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid Expansion Student: Chintan Rupareliya Instructor: David Silverman Seminar in Healthcare Administration April 18, 2013 In 1965, Medicaid was created under Title XIX of the Social Security Act which is funded by both the state and federal government...
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  • PPACA and Academic Medical Centers
    AMCs Implications of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on Academic Medical Centers Stewart Clark University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Abstract The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s holistic implications on Academic Medical Centers...
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