Insurance companies affordable care act medicare

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*Insurance companies, Affordable Care Act, Medicare, Medicaid: control demand for health care because they wont pay for certain services Recruitment, education, maintenance *medical schools Capital equipment and facilities *certificate of need law Research and development *national institution of health Utilization *manage care entities 5 Steps to Diversity Diversity is seeking to make your organization as varied as your community is. Diversity Action Program 1.Discover Diversity problems -avoid misleading assumptions
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-use a team approach -consider unique problems -keep reexamining situations -consider perceptions -issue of backlash 2.Strengthen top management commitment -have an explicit, widely known strategy -position diversity as a key business issue -be responsible by being responsive -make diversity a pervasive part of culture 3. Choose solutions for a balance strategy -match solutions to data and culture -embrace exposure, education, and enforcement -choose wide ranging solutions -provide training and preparation -agree on a modest start 4. Demand result; revisit goals -create and use meaningful goals -expect results manager can deliverer -structure a realistic, but ambitious time frame 5. Use building block: -leverage success and progress -use routine operations to retire traditional practices -add diversity to diversity *Desire results of this: A more diverse public organization better able to respond to a more diverse society Club of Rome Was a group of scholars and scientists who found a problem with the human condition and growth. They discovered three problems: Interrelatedness, limited resources, exponential growth. The first problem is interrelatedness could not look at just one problem rather all factors contribute. Everything is connected: Technology, political, economics all effects us. Second is limited resources or scarcity which is a fundamental economic problem of having seemingly unlimited human wants and needs and example of this would be the limited supply of minerals wealth. The third problem is exponential growth. Which is when something starts out real slow and but picks up speed and grows exponentially. Some of the specific problems are overpopulations, shortage of resources, pollution, and haves vs have nots. Some options to face this problem is to make more energy to use birth control to go back to the good ole days or military conquests. Which all sound good but even these situations come with their own set of problems such as
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pollution, timing, social/religious immorality and political problems Traditional Democratic Theory Robert Dahl came up with the idea of pluralism. Which states that society is made up of groups. The idea of marketplace of ideas says that everyone gets their say founding father James Madison said that as long that there was a lot of different groups as long as they could compete then they would be better off. With compromise being a key concept with an example of this being labor unions. However problems with this theory are apathy,
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