policy programs are turning to be recognizable stage of the strategic services

Policy programs are turning to be recognizable stage

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policy, programs are turning to be recognizable stage of the strategic services of health planning as well development establishment (Levine, 2007). I support my colleague statement that a public forum who qualifies for the program may discourage people from applying for the program due to pride and not wanting to been seen by other members of the community as not being able to provide for their family. In addition, I think that taking the strategic analysis identifies the important health issues the organization may require to solve them. Even though both economic and political policies recently are not seen as part of healthcare development, these policies have a huge impact on healthcare through changing the determinants of social health. In conclusion, I would like to say that many policies of economic and political aims on low income populations. References Levine, R. (2007). Case studies in global health: Millions saved. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett. Perreira, K. M., & Pedroza, J. M. (2019). Policies of Exclusion: Implications for the Health of Immigrants and Their Children. Annual Review of Public Health , 40 (1), 147–166.
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