I have 4 questions to be answered. This does not require any writing format. all 4 questions can be combined into 3 pages, and any sources used should be cited. This is a nursing program, but the class is healthcare finance and ethics so answers should be geared towards healthcare.
1.Debate the efficacies of public versus private-based quality initiatives. What roles do each play in the quality of U.S. health care? How would the elimination of one aspect affect the other?
2. After reading the Kaiser Family Foundation summary on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, state why or why not you believe the act should remain in law, or which pieces should be reversed. Then describe two pieces of the act that you were unaware was part of the act and how that may affect you as a citizen.
3. What are the eligibility requirements and coverage of Medicaid for the categories of low-income adults, pregnant women, and the aging/blind/disabled in the state where you live?. (Use Georgia) Do you consider the eligibility requirements reasonable or restrictive? Do you consider the coverage reasonable or liberal? What are the benefits and drawbacks to keeping these populations insured through Medicaid? Consider both direct and indirect factors.
4. Review the CMS.gov 30-Day Mortality and Readmission Data website. Review at least two local hospitals (Any can be used) and see how they compare to state and national benchmarks. How and why may a consumer or a health care professional use this data to make decision about their next hospitalization? Will reporting this data have an impact on hospitals bottom line in addition to financial penalties from CMS? Give at least two examples of how this data may be used and what type of impact if may have if at all on the hospitals.
I did input 8 sources because it only allows the input of numbers, but I would require at least 1-2 sources per question. Please let me know ASAP if this can be done and what more information is needed.
These are just discussion questions, but sources used should be cited.