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Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

The current political stage provides a significant opportunity to study the recently enacted Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Working in teams of 2, students will be assigned one of the sectionsof thePatient Protection and Affordability Act to research and prepare an analysis of the implementation of the section.

 

The Health Reform Summary is worth 150 points toward the final grade. 100 points will be determined by Content, including completeness of the policy analysis, inclusion of relevant perspectives on the policy, and explanation of how the policymaking process presented in class affects implementation of this policy. The balance of the grade (50 points) will be for the written and oral presentation of the Health Reform Summary.

 

 

 

Preventive Health Services Requirement: One subtle advantage of PPACA were steps to enhance preventive care services foe all insured persons. The long-held belief of health policy persons was that preventive health services (like vaccinations, mammograms, or flu shots) save health care expenditures in the long run. Thus the PPACA required health insurance plans offered in the state or federal marketplaces to offer such preventive services at no cost to the patient. This means approved preventive services were to be provided with no co-pay due or deductible. How has this worked thus far? Have any evaluations or studies quantified the medical savings from such a preventive care services mandate?

 

3 pages and 3-4 peer reviewed sources. APA style

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