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BHA 3801: Part V Critical Issue in Healthcare (*****APA format + Answered All Questions + References with Citation*****)

Question 1

The textbook makes a comparison of various healthcare settings such as the hospital, nursing homes, and hospice, but there are many other settings that exist. Research and select another type of healthcare setting, and discuss service delivery models in the past compared with the methods of delivery that are used in this setting currently. Include any technological advancement that has emerged in the setting that you choose. 


Your response should be at least 500 words in length. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations. Any references or citations used should be in APA style.

 

Question 2

 

On page 212 of the textbook, we are given a visual description of the differences that exist across health care systems in different countries, including the U.S. Select one of the foreign countries listed in Table 9.1, and compare it with the U.S. system. Review each characteristic for the U.S. and the country that you select, and discuss whether you think the U.S would benefit from adopting their system or if they would benefit from adopting the U.S.’s system or if there are certain aspects of a system that would be of benefit. Provide supporting facts and references for your position. 


Your response should be at least 500 words in length. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations. Any references or citations used should be in APA style.

 

 

Question 3

 

Match the terms on the left with their corresponding definitions on the right.

 

                                                                                                                               

A measure of a nation’s health care system in which people can maintain their health insurance coverage regardless of what happens in their personal lives

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Characteristic known among countries where poorer citizens pay a higher percentage of their income

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This characteristic is known among countries where poorer citizens pay a lower percentage of their income

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Argument that health care systems become increasingly similar over time because of a combination of scientific, technological, economic, and epidemiological factors

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Facility that relies on unpaid charity work

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Institution in which patients trade their individual rights for health care

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Belief held by doctors and consumers that regardless of the cost, technology is almost always good and appropriate

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Any human-made object used to perform a task

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Process through which groups decide which potential technologies should be pursued and which should be adopted

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Established to provide services for people with mental and/or chronic illnesses and people considered the “undeserving poor”

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       Answer

     A.

Technology

     B.

For-profit, private hospital

     C.

Technological imperative

     D.

Financially regressive

     E.

Social construction

     F.

Voluntary hospital

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Financially progressive

     H.

Convergence hypothesis

      I.

Portability

      J.

Public hospital

     K.

Total institution

 

 

 

Question 4

 

As it relates to portable benefits as discussed in Chapter 9, do you believe that such restrictions of benefits should exist when it comes to an individual’s continuance of health care coverage for government programs such as Medicaid? Provide and explanation for your answer with supporting facts and at least one reference. 

 

Your response should be at least 300 words in length. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations. Any references or citations used should be in APA style.

 

Unit V Scholarly Activity

To Benefit or Not To Benefit; That Is The Question?

We learned in Chapter 10 that social construction as it relates to technology is the process by which groups make decisions as to what type of technological systems should be considered and used. Recent advancements in medical technology have come by way of the introduction of the use of radio frequency technology (RFID) in the form of a microchip implant. This microchip can be implanted underneath the skin, and serves as way to assist in patient identification with a unique ID number that can link to a patient's medical history, medications, allergies, and contact

information.

 

Do you consider this form of technology to be beneficial to patients? Is this something that you would consider as a patient or even recommend for a loved one? Explain your positions in response to both of the posed questions with supporting facts and references. Be sure to cite any references using APA format. Your answer should consist of a minimum of 300 words.

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