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Analyzing Political Feasibility

Analyzing Political Feasibility

For a healthcare organization to be politically viable they must have influential stakeholders. In that, the stakeholders must understand limitations and be able to adopt accordingly.

Highlight and present one key player/stakeholder (i.e., federal, state, or local) in political health policy in your state. Choose two state/local/federal healthcare organizations. Then, compare and contrast their political viability in terms of one/more of their health polic(ies). Apply the “method for analyzing political feasibility”

Health Technology Policy Analysis

Health Technology Policy Analysis

Technology has proven effectiveness in speed of information transmission, which leads to prompt healthcare service delivery, prompt treatment of illnesses and better health outcomes. Policies drive the success of health technology through practice standardization. However, cost, safety and security, ethics, and legality have all been target areas of health technology policies. In a minimum of 250 words, discuss the following:

Define health technology policy. What are some key terms in health information technology? List and define two. What organizations safeguard health policies? List at least two organizations and a policy they safeguard. Provide a brief description of the U.S. Food Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) role in health policy.

Required Resources Text McLaughlin, C. P., & McLaughlin, C. D. (2014). Health policy analysis: An interdisciplinary approach….

Causal statements in the context of regression analysis

Causal statements in the context of regression analysis

discuss what is required to make causal statements in the context of regression analysis… In other words, what is required to be able to say that a particular independent variable, or treatment, causes the dependent variable? In your answer, discuss the role played by obtaining a random sample and random assignment of the “treatment” (in many cases, the treatment is the main independent variable). Once we obtain a satisfactory regression model, discuss potential sources of bias – e.g., not using the correct functional form, measurement error, omitted variable bias, the simultaneity problem, etc. Finally, what are some key considerations in selecting “control” variables in a multiple regression analysis.

Policy Paper

Policy Paper

summarize the key issues/challenges and the solutions/policy changes that states have proposed to address those issues/challenges (approximately 3-4 pages of summary). Be selective with the examples that you choose to include in the summary. Your summary should also selectively include any examples (one or two) or information on state actions taken during the past three years in your chosen policy area from one or two internet sources (approximately 2 pages).  focus of your summary on state government rather than on federal public policy examples except in so far as they impact state government.

literature review on the social reproduction topic

literature review on the social reproduction topic

Introduce the topic of social reproduction What are the articles talking about? Main body of the essay:

What is social reproduction? How is it theorized by various thinkers? What are the key arguments? How do various scholars differ from each other in their assessment of social reproduction? Show comprehension of the arguments Provide a critical evaluation of the arguments concerning social reproduction You are advised to have two or three sub-titles/sub-themes that you identify in the materials. Write clearly, structure your essay creatively, and proof-read before submitting. Conclusion:

Summarize the main arguments of your essay Provide some concluding thoughts References: Provide the references of the materials used following any consistent style of referencing.

Effects of covid 19 on education

Effects of covid 19 on education

Abstract – a summary of the paper Introduction – show the paper will be interesting, original and important Literature Review – show a foundation exists and show your familiarity Research Design – overall approach, steps to be taken, sources of information, practicalities and obstacles Implications – Contribution to existing knowledge, confirming or developing a theory, challenging a current assumption, creating basis for further research

UN Ebola pandemic

UN Ebola pandemic

An Ebola pandemic has broken out over the world and over 20% of the world’s inhabitants have succumbed to the disease. As a representative nation (that’s you – pick your nation) ( Congo is what I picked) to the UN’s General Assembly you are charged to present a solution to the global problem,

Other Priorities to Consider

1) International early warning systems 2) Penalties for nations that fail to accurately report Ebola threats 3) Quarantine procedures and facilities as well as refugee centers 4) The proper role of WHO in an Ebola pandemic 5) Financial and technical responsibilities of reporting and containing a pandemic (developed countries vs. lesser developed countries). How much is all of this global solution going to cost and who’s paying for….

Differences When Communicating with Adults, Young People and Children

Explain the main differences when communicating with adults, young people and children: The main differences between communicating with a child, young person or adult is our tone of voice, body language, facial expressions, gestures and the vocabulary we use. We need to adapt these depending on the age, needs or ability of the person we are speaking too. If we are communicating with a small child we may do this by either playing a game, reading a story, using silly voices or playing with toys or puppets. When communicating with a young person this is done differently as we would need to adapt our tone of voice, and the words and phrases we use as a young person has a more varied vocabulary. We need to ensure that….

Building Healthy Relationships Requires Collaboration and Mutual Appreciation

Building mutually beneficial business relationships is more difficult than people think. It’s not just about whether you can trust someone anymore, it’s whether you can expect the other side to add substantive value. Unfortunately, we live in a business world fueled by greed, self-aggrandizement, and artificial relationships that lack real depth, purpose and meaning. For example, a company’s good intentions to build momentum through partnership and mutuality is met with an act of deceit when the other party attempts to get the most out of them without any desire to contribute and add value to the relationship. I found myself in such a situation recently when I was asked by a client to help one of their external partners, a leader from a highly reputable organization. During our….

Home School Community Plan

Home School Community Plan: The Home School Community Plan is based on the principle of partnership between homes, schools and communities. This partnership is characterised as “a working relationship that is characterised by a sense of purpose, mutual respect and the willingness to negotiate. This implies a sharing of information, responsibility, skills, decision-making and accountability”. (Pugh, 1989). Family-involvement programs are an effective way to facilitate partnerships between the home and the school. Programs developed by school personnel can provide a forum for parents and children to experience learning in an atmosphere quite different from the usual classroom setting. Locations for the interaction might include the school library, cafeteria, or multi-purpose room. Evening programs may take place outside the school in other community buildings. Children and parents are encouraged….