American Public Health Association American Psychiatric Association Role and

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American Public Health AssociationAmerican Psychiatric AssociationRole and Impact of non-governmental agenciesInability to develop share by stakeholdersThe need to continue to focus on civil society and communitiesImplementation responsibilities are left to the hand of the local NGOs.Non-governmental agencies do not have the capacities to compete with other governmental agencies and they are not so reliable.
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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LAW AND POLICYLaw rules or actions set by an authority a binding legal force Necessary to maintain order, and create equity in societyShapes political and social aspectsstatic unless amended or changePolicyoutlining the context, goal, or purpose of a specific procedurestandardized practices across the health care continuum recognized professional practicesreduce variations in professional practicespromote compliance with laws, regulations, and governing bodiesdiffers from institution to institution
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CONCLUSIONHealth Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) 1996Privacy and Security provisions for patient medical data and informationAmericans with Disability Act Amendments Act (ADAAA)Made amendments to the first Americans with Disability ActPolitical Influence on HealthcareRequire Quality Care and Affordable PricesRestriction of sharing patient information
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