4th edition. — Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2019. — 371 p. — (Essential Public Health) — ISBN 9781284151589Public opinion polls, media coverage, legal disputes, and policy debates at all levels of government and in private industry attest to the important place that individual healthcare and public health and safety hold in the minds of the American public, policymakers, and lawmakers.Essentials of Health Policy and Law, Fourth Edition provides students of public health, medicine, nursing, public policy, and health administration with an introduction to a broad range of seminal issues in U.S. health policy and law, analytic frameworks for studying these complex issues, and an understanding of the ways in which health policies and laws are formulated, implemented, and applied. Concise and straightforward, this text is particularly known for its focus on national health reform under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).Setting the Stage: An Overview of Health Policy and Law Understanding the Role of and Conceptualizing Health Policy and Law Policy and the Policy Making Process Law and the Legal System Overview of the United States Healthcare System Public Health Institutions and Systems Essential Issues in Health Policy and Law Individual Rights in Health Care and Public Health Social Determinants of Health and the Role of Law in Optimizing Health Understanding Health Insurance Health Economics in a Health Policy Context Health Reform in The United States Government Health Insurance Programs: Medicaid, CHIP, and Medicare Healthcare Quality Policy and Law Public Health Preparedness Policy Basic Skills in Health Policy Analysis The Art of Structuring and Writing a Health Policy Analysis
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