Memo: ASCLS PP Outline - Requirements 750 words Thesis and topic sentence Addressed to decision makers at organization Cited in MLA format Brief

Memo: ASCLS PP Outline - Requirements 750 words Thesis and...

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Requirements: 750 words Thesis and topic sentence Addressed to decision makers at organization Cited in MLA format Brief introduction to audience (college-level educates) relevance of topic consider using lists, headings and notices so that your memo is easy to read. 5 sources (3 are not from ASCLS) Shortages on health care expenses Quality and cost of healthcare services Democrats and Republicans conflicting views on high quality and low cost healthcare Obama’s ACA and CMS Innovation Center Some mandatory value-based payment initiatives fee-for-service system to a value-based system. Price wrote, "CMMI's mandatory demonstrations could potentially harm patients and providers because CMMI is making participation in the demonstrations mandatory, rather than voluntary, before we know how they will affect access to care, quality, and outcomes.” As a result, Medicare providers and their patients are blindly being forced into high-risk government-dictated reforms with unknown impacts patients living in active areas are also forced to join. Power to regulate health insurance to the states Patient centered healthcare system.that promotes choice, quality and affordability with health insurance and healthcare with the assistance of Congress and the States. With Republicans reining, power of the legislature, states and private sector will increase speculation to replace the ACA. As a result, many of the current value based payment initiatives and mandatory programs will crumble, especially since the CMMI gets its funding from the ACA. With the Trump administration, CMMI have a probability of survival in order to meet the need of a ‘mechanism to test and scale new models in free-for-service Medicare.
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