expenses, revenues, and human resources is essential to understanding the dynamics involved in the provision of healthcare.Annotated BibliographyClaxton, G., Rae, M., Long, M., Damico, A., Whitmore, H., & Foster, G. (2016). Health BenefitsIn 2016: Family Premiums Rose Modestly, And Offer Rates Remained Stable. Health Affairs, 35(10), 1908-1917. The Authors of the Health Benefits in 2016 are critical research experts at the Health Research and Educational Trust, in Chicago, Illinois as well as the health policy and evaluation at NORC at the University of Chicago in Bethesda, Maryland. The authors also incorporate various stakeholders of the Kaiser Family Foundation, and their article highlights the single and family premiums paid to health care in 2016 in comparison to earlier years. Further, it elaborates on the employer and firm’s plans in supporting health care schemes. This article is relevant to the study as it highlights the various costs and distribution of resources in the financial sector of the health care industry.Epstein, A., Jha, A., Orav, E., Liebman, D., Audet, A., Zezza, M., & Guterman, S. (2014). Analysis of Early Accountable Care Organizations Defines Patient, Structural, Cost, And Quality-Of-Care Characteristics. Health Affairs, 33(1), 95-102.
FINANCE IN HEALTHCARE DELIVERY6The article on Accountable Care Organizations from the Health Affairs Journal is a credible article with authors from Harvard School of Public Health and Common Wealth Fund who offer pertinent facts and data that highlight the situation in the health care sector. The article focuses on relevant costs and quality of Accountable Care Organizations (ACO) about non – ACOs to analyze the structural and market characteristics of these organizations in the provision of health care. The article is relevant o the study as it offers crucial financial information that helps analyze the costs and application of resources in the health sector.Johnson, G., Figueroa, J., Zhou, X., Orav, E., & Jha, A. (2016). Recent Growth In Medicare Advantage Enrollment Associated With Decreased Fee-For-Service Spending In Certain US Counties. Health Affairs, 35(9), 1707-1715.
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