Documents about Baby Boomers

  • 107 Pages

    HSA 3111 - week one - fall 2008

    University of Florida, HSA 3111

    Excerpt: ... INUING CARE 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. MASSIVE DELIVERY SYSTEM PERSONNEL 700,000 MEDICAL DOCTORS 35,000 OSTEOPATHY DOCTORS 1,000,000 NURSES 187,000 DENTIST 156,000 PHARMACISTS 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. VAST ARRAY OF INSTITUTIONS 6,580 HOSPITALS 16,700 NURSING HOMES 5,000+ MENTAL INSTITUIONS 60,000 FACILITIES FOR THE MENTALLY RETARDED 19,000 HOME HEALTH AGENCIES 800 PRIMARY CARE PROGRAMS 2. 3. 4. HEALTH PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FACILITIES 142 MEDICAL AND OSTEOPATHIC SCHOOLS 54 DENTAL SCHOOLS 1,500 NURSING PROGRAMS 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. INSURANCE 235 MILLION WITH COVERAGE 35.5 MILLION MEDICARE BENEFICIARIES 152 MILLION WHO HAVE SELF-PURCHASED HEALTH INSURANCE 1,000 INSURANCE COMPANIES 70 BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD 2. 3. NEW TYPES OF PROVIDERS OVER 700 HMOS (HEALTH MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS) OVER 1,000 PPOS (PREFERRED PROVIDER ORGANIZATIONS) AND A MULTITUDE OF GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES WHICH OVERSEE EVERYTHING LISTED ABOVE. A LOOK AT DEMOGRAHICS BABY BOOMERS IN THE 1990S ...

  • 2 Pages

    Chapter 3 Notes

    Fairfield, MK 101

    Excerpt: ... an actual or potential interest or impact on an organization's ability to achieve its objectives. Financial- influence the company's ability to obtain funds (banks, investment houses, stockholders) Media- carry news, features, and editorial opinion. (newspapers, magazine, radio and tv stations) Government- marketerws must consult the company's lawyers on issues of product safety, truth in advertising, and other matters. Citizen-action- may be questioned by consumer organizations, environmental groups, minority groups, and others. Local- neighborhood residents and community organizations General- must be concerned with general publics attitude Internal- workers, managers, volunteers, and the board of directors Demography: the study of human populations in terms of size, density, location, age, gender, race, occupation, and other statistics. Baby boomers : the 78 million people born during the baby boom following World War II and lasting until the early 1960's. Generation X: the 45 million people born betwe ...

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    11-28-07

    Western Kentucky University, ECON 203 29486

    Excerpt: ... spending crowds out private savings -this conclusion is controversial -note: interest ratio increases, which makes capital more costly -assume no budget deficit initially -now suppose govt starts deficit spending -according to crows out theory, overall savings < private savings -overall curve shifts left -old overall curve becomes private -ricardian equivilance says people have rational expectations dont duture -people realize that taxes must increase in future to pay for today deficit -so people save more now -then private savings increase -this is also pulls overall savings up -according to ricardian equivilaence, we end up where we started before budget deficit -so overall savings does not move -budget deficit has no effect -truth lies inbetween Long term Fiscal Trends in the US -first baby boomers start receiving Social Security next year -first baby boomers start receiving Medicare in 2011 -by 2030, all baby boomers will be retired -in 2030, population supported by SS will b ...

  • 4 Pages

    UGBA 151 Lec 1

    Berkeley, UGBA 151

    Excerpt: ... the positions of old teachers) Student loan forgiveness and home buying assistance Flexible schedules Educational incentives Increase participative decision-making Improve public respect for teachers Offer more workshops for development Flexible assignment to schools Discussion: What themes can we get out of this? Make the job easier, more engaging, more fulfilling Discussion: Is the problem motivation or retention? Motivation Job satisfaction is related to turnover If Job satisfaction increases, turnover decreases Need to keep more people in school system Discussion: Is there a minimum money teachers have to make to make it worth pursuing this profession? Related to geographic area, i.e. living in SF versus Midwest Needs to be above living cost McKenzie study: top five factors motivating work Pay was #5 Money is never enough Signing bonus provided on hire because shortage of talent, but satisfaction with money is short-lived Study shows differences between the generations Baby boomers ...

  • 3 Pages

    Study Sheet for EXAM 4

    SFASU, HMS 102

    Excerpt: ... Study Sheet for EXAM 4 Chapters 8, 9, 10, 11 in Hospitality Today & lecture notes Chapter 8: Club Management Define City Clubs: an urban recreational and social facility that can be categorized as athletic, dining, professional, social, or university ...

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    Africana Studies

    Pittsburgh, AFRCNA 1083

    Excerpt: ... al, discourteous and definitely unequal. o Civil Rights Acts fought the inequalities in the country for Blacks and minorities. Health care facilities can now be sanctioned by government for discriminatory policies. Why is it Important to Study Minority Health o Minorities in United States are gradually becoming the majority; every racial/ethnic group has a higher fertility rate than Whites. o Whites will account for less than 50% of the population by the middle of this century. o Since minorities will be the majority soon, minority health will be the "nation's" health, and minorities generally have worse health status than Whites. o Adding to the stress of new lives entering the world, baby boomers are currently reaching their senior years. o Aging society and increasing minority population will stress the healthcare system that is already struggling. A Note on Terminology and Placing Humans in Categories o Group identity is a human psychological need; we associate with groups naturally. o We cannot easily as ...

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    Lecture 1

    Wisconsin, ECON 102

    Excerpt: ... ernment spends more then they tax. Our deficit (annual) today is relatively small. But our debt (Long run) is huge 9 trillion dollars. Baby boomers are going to start retiring soon, and start receiving social security benefits, so the current generation will be funding the social securities (taxes will be higher). This could bankrupt the country. 5. Capital flowing from poor to rich. ...

  • 6 Pages

    Group Paper (Collaboration) (09 APR 2006)

    MATC Madison, ECON 210

    Excerpt: ... individuals who are currently retired. Initially, the money that the working population contributed was immediately distributed to the retired population. However, as the " baby boomers " began to age the government established a surplus account, also called a trust fund. Because the government was worried there may not be enough money for all of the " baby boomers " once they were retired. This meant the percentage from each paycheck a person gave to Social Security increased. In addition, not all of the money that working individuals gave to the social security program was immediately distributed to the retired individuals. This created a surplus of money in the nation's Social Security account. Instead of saving the surplus, as they originally intended, the government proceeded to spend the money and replace it with promissory notes. Therefore, as the " baby boomers " continue to retire there will be less and less money to distribute unless the Social Security program undergoes change. Culture, heritage, moral, ...

  • 6 Pages

    MICROECON - Group Paper (Collaboration) (09 APR...

    MATC Madison, ECON 204

    Excerpt: ... individuals who are currently retired. Initially, the money that the working population contributed was immediately distributed to the retired population. However, as the " baby boomers " began to age the government established a surplus account, also called a trust fund. Because the government was worried there may not be enough money for all of the " baby boomers " once they were retired. This meant the percentage from each paycheck a person gave to Social Security increased. In addition, not all of the money that working individuals gave to the social security program was immediately distributed to the retired individuals. This created a surplus of money in the nation's Social Security account. Instead of saving the surplus, as they originally intended, the government proceeded to spend the money and replace it with promissory notes. Therefore, as the " baby boomers " continue to retire there will be less and less money to distribute unless the Social Security program undergoes change. Culture, heritage, moral, ...

  • 1 Pages

    13APRIL2008classnotes

    Centre College, GOV 210

    Excerpt: ... GOV 210 Notes 13 April 2008 During the Great Depression, the sole group that clearly constitutes Republican is the white, upper class, Northern, Anglo-Saxon Protestants. 2000 exits polls likelihood of voting Democratic decreases with education until the post-graduate level. The least educated and the most educated were more likely to vote Democrat. Are the most educated more ideological? Union members 62% voted Democrat Baby Boomers went to college because of economic prosperity unprecedented numbers. New Class Old Right 60's Libs ECO Con ECO- Lib SOC Lib SOC - Lib New Deal Libs New Right ECO Lib ECO Con SOC Con SOC Lib Old: -Boss-centered pluralist -Interests -Local parties -Ground war (door-to-door) New: -Since 1972, primaries introduced -Candidate centered -Participatory -Issues -National parties -Air war ...

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    Lecture 11 Feb 22

    Yale, PLSC 203

    Excerpt: ... Inequality and American Democracy Lecture 11 February 22, 2007 Guest Lecturer: Stuart Butler Who should have access to social insurance and who should not? o Butler: Social insurance is a basic safety net that everyone can count on, but you have to watch out for the middle class hijacking the system o Hacker: There should be a basic safety net, health insurance, employment protection Basic minimum should not lift troubled Americans just above the poverty line but should provide enough income to keep them afloat o Butler: There is going to be a shift in power when the baby boomers begin collecting social security Why not let states experiment with healthcare, where there is a more democratic level? o Hacker: National problem calls for a national solution, ultimately we are citizens of the nation, not of particular states o Butler: Best way to reach individuals is through a state-led approach Federal government should facilitate state-led approaches to social insurance ...

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    Notes 03-14

    Wellesley College, ECON 232

    Excerpt: ... atural experiment: looks at pairs of DRGs (more and less complicated) a. DRG changed with higher reimbursement for more complicated cases and lower reimbursement for the less complicated 2. Found: when the spread was larger, there was more upcoding, "sophisticated" upcoding, financial incentives matter d. Medicare's finances i. Projections 1. 4% of federal budget of 1970; 16% now 2. Expected to be 28% of GDP in 2082 ii. Why are Medicare's costs rising? 1. Adding part D (very recently) 2. General upward trend in HC costs (technology) 3. Aging (fewer workers per medicare beneficiary) a. Living longer b. Baby boomers (1946-64) c. Lower fertility rates 4. "Pay as you go" system ...

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    kotler03_basic

    Temple, MKTG 81

    Excerpt: ... ic Environment: The study of human populations in terms of size, density, location, age, gender, race, occupation and other statistics 3 - 12 Demographic Environment Changing age structure of the U.S. population is the single most important demographic trend Baby boomers , Generation X, and Generation Y are the key groups 3 - 13 Demographic Environment Key Generations Baby Boomers Generation X Generation Y Born between 1946 and 1964 Represent 28% of the population; earn 50% of personal income Many mini-segments exist within the boomer group Entering peak earning years as they mature 3 - 14 Demographic Environment Key Generations Baby Boomers Generation X Generation Y Born between 1965 and 1976 First latchkey children Maintain a cautious economic outlook Respond to socially responsible companies Will be primary buyers of most goods by 2010 3 - 15 Demographic Environment Key Generations Baby Boomers Generation X Generation Y Born between 1977 and 1994 ...

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    Notes Lecture 2 Social Context

    Western Kentucky University, PS 110

    Excerpt: ... Key Terms and Themes Baby Boomers Feminization of Poverty Cross-Cutting Cleavages Pluralism How has American Society changed over time? What are the implications of these changes? How will American Society continue to change? QUIZ Why Study The Social Context of American Politics 1. Preamble to the Constitution "We the People" For the People By the People Who are the People? Representative Government 2. Who has the power? 3. What are the key issues? Surveys indicate that Americans tend not to know the make up of American Society How has and is America changing? - Increase in diversity - Race classification difficulties - Africans Americans urban and Southern concentration - Hispanic Americans largest minority - Affirmative Action, Immigration, Poverty - Women are the majority - South and West Growing Midwest and Northeast are losing shift in power (PowerPoint) - Shift from towns to cities and now to Suburbs different set of issues - Getting Older PowerPoint - Baby Boomers - generation of ...