Conclusion Healthcare industry provides dynamic services that helps the lives of millions at significant and helpless times of their lives. The laws, policies, and regulations have good intentions of developing a strong organizations and healthy population. Sometimes above acts
are viewed as working toward achieving goals to ensure quality even though they are somewhat restrictive and types of health care delivered to the public have compromised. The health care system can look complicated and intensified many times, but better system may developed with tools that are less complicated. The laws, policies, and regulations are developed and maintained by the government in which health care facilities, employees, and public must follow strict guidelines to protect themselves. These would benefit society in various places to control the behavior of healthcare. The health care professionals should held responsible for their actions. The law, policies, and regulations are really important because of the interests of the business and consumers differences.
Reference HHS. (2014) Health Care. Retrieved from Holland, C.A., & Tunajek, S.K. (2010, Dec). Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. ANA Journal, 62 (6), 481-486 O'Herrin, J.K., Fost, N., & Kudsk, K.A. (2004, June). Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act (HIPAA) Regulations. Annals of Surgery, 239 (6), 772-780 Rose, A.D. (2013). The Final Omnibus Rule: Compliance is Coming- Are you ready? Journal of Health Care Compliance, 15 (5), 51-65 Devanshi, you give a clear snapshot of four laws and regulations that affect health care, including HIPAA, HITECH, The Joint Commission ( this would be a policy instead of a law) and the ACA. You explained each law, and described the impact of that law. Well done, Devanshi. Content Points Available Points Earned Identify the law, policy, or regulation selected. 3 3 Explain what influenced the law, policy, or regulation selected 3 3 Describe the impact the law, policy or regulation had on health care today. 3 3 Total 9 9
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