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to be paid for; the estimated spending and separate costs in the healthcare will transfer money to private sectors of our government. The CMS estimates that the health system will impact the ACA only because there will be an increase in medical spending that will result with the reform. However, the analysis will always be limited because there is no record for improving important information that may affect all providers and their financial means. With the new reform, that is about to take place, there will be more savings with the CMS which means, that care plans will be able to have a level of comparable in costs of coverings, beneficiaries, smaller increases, and will likely increase productivity and debts. Our federal budget will also be impacted because Congress estimates that this law will reduce the deficit by 143 billion dollars within the next 10 years. This estimate will impact
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Malpractice 6 different in two ways, there will be savings with Medicare and Medicaid, and reductions with employer spending for health insurance that ultimately lead to increases with wages and yearly salary (Cutler, 2010). There should be at least a 90 percent of private insurances will be passed on to every employer along with increased wages. By the year 2019, there will be in healthcare cost and its growth. There will be more than 15 percent of premiums for a larger work place and 20 percent of those premiums will be for smaller work places and individual insurance. This is supposed to help insurances be able to exchange offers and choices for all plans and being able to compare them. Analyze Strategies That Could Be Put In Place to Help Avoid Malpractice There are many factors that lead to medical malpractice. Some common, yet avoidable factors that contribute to malpractice include: missing or incorrect information leading to failures in communication; misinterpretations amid physicians and patients (and all disciplines); and failure to follow up with patients. That is why it is important for healthcare organizations to have strategies such as teach-back method and standardized electronic medical records in place to help avoid malpractice. Teach-Back Method The teach-back method, or show-me method is a great strategy for all healthcare organizations to have in place to help combat the issue of malpractice. This method involves reviewing and confirming the patient understands by asking them to state in their own words what they should know and do regarding their health (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, 2015). It helps providers confirm that the manner in which they conveyed information to the patient is understood. Teach-back method also helps reduce the amount of calls providers have to make
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  • Fall '14
  • medical care, Medical malpractice, Ottawa, Medical Malpractice Care

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