The prize is aimed at recognizing people who have

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The prize is aimed at recognizing people who have contributed to bringing developments to the institute. Derksen is being honored this time for being a champion of workforce development, health care coverage, access, policy, and outcomes, both locally and internationally. Notably, he is noted to have established the New Mexico’s health insurance marketplace, while he was a faculty associate in the institution’s Department of Family and Community Medicine. He is also recognized for the development of provisions in the improvement of the distribution and supply of the state’s health workers that was approved in 2010 (The University of Arizona Health Sciences, 2018). As a result, the college is awarding him at the school on October 27, during their School of Medicine’s 2018 Alumni Reunion Awards Banquet. I believe this subject matter established by the college is very significant to their alumni and the community at large. The school should continue with their reward system to their members, as it will motivate the employees and students to be achievement oriented. Equally, it
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NAPOLITANO AWARD HONORS 3 drives people to be dedicated to offering quality clinical care and medical education. Furthermore, it will motivate other graduates to work towards the improvement of health care of citizens in their places of work and ensure their patients’ health care needs are met.
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NAPOLITANO AWARD HONORS 4 References Luke, F. (2018). UNM school of medicine celebrates Dr. Dan Derksen. Unm Health sciences Newsroom . Retrieved from The University of Arizona Health Sciences. (2018). UA health policy expert Dr. Dan Derksen receives Napolitano award. UAHS Enews . Retrieved from - award
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