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-1.  Definitions of the quality of medical care are no longer left to clinicians who decide for themselves what technical performance constitutes "good care." .What are the other dimensions of quality care and why are they important? What has changed since the days when "doctor knows best?"
-2.  Quality in medical care may be defined as achieving the greatest benefit at the lowest risk. How have the priorities of our health care system and the allocation of resources addressed this goal?
-3.  Contrast the definitions of implicit and explicit criteria in assessing health care quality. How is each type of criterion useful in quality assessment? Each response to #1, #2, and #3 should be 500-1000 words, APA formatting required, although each response is a separate essay of 500-1000 words, all responses should be combined into a single document for submission, i.e., an abstract at the first, a conclusion at the end, and followed by a good Reference list in APA.  Be complete in the reference list so that sources can be found.
I am providing a chapter ppt, a syllabus, and a rubric as attachments.  The Chapter summary is as follows: 

This Module explained the focus of different types of research and how each type contributes to the overall advances in health and medicine. Health services research, a newer field that addresses the working of the health care system rather than specific problems of disease or disability, was described. The offices and goals of its major funding source, the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), were listed. Finally, research into the quality of medical care, the problems being addressed, and the research challenges of the future were discussed.







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Rubric Name: Graduate Level Rubric Criteria Exceeds Meets Approaching Unsuccessful Relevant course theories and concepts were incorporated (Weighted at 35%) 35 points All relevant course theory & concepts were referenced 31.5 points Most relevant course theory & concepts were referenced 28 points Some course theories & concepts were referenced but were often not the most useful or relevant 24.15 points No course theories or concepts were referenced Relevant course theories and concepts were leveraged to deepen analysis (45%) 45 points All relevant course theory and concepts were utilized to deepen analytical conclusions and substantiate recommendations 40.5 points Most relevant course theory and concepts were applied in ways that deepened analysis 36 points Analysis was very superficial, but student attempted to deepen analysis with course theories & concepts 31 points Analysis was significantly flawed and did not leverage course theory or concepts Appropriate attribution (APA Guidelines) (10%) 10 points No errors in APA attribution 9 points Minimal errors in APA style attribution 8 points Major errors in APA style attribution 6.9 points No scholarly attribution; may be plagiarized Mechanics (spelling, grammar, composition) (Weighted at 10%) 10 points Clear writing with no errors; perfect grammar; engaging written voice 9 points Clear writing with minimal errors; good grammar; some passive voice or other composition aspects can be improved but do not detract readers 8 points Writing is difficult to understand due to multiple errors, in spelling, grammar, and/or composition 6.9 points Writing cannot be understood due to extensive errors; Overall Score Level 4 90 or more Level 3 80 or more Level 2 70 or more Level 1 0 or more
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N502- Health Care Systems Welcome to N502- Health Care Systems ! This graduate-level course introduces students to the historical development, structure, operation, and current and future directions of the major components of the American health care delivery system. It reviews the historical evolution of the health care system’s features and examines the ways in which health care services are organized and delivered, the influences that affect health care public policy decisions, factors that determine priorities for the allocation of health care resources, and the relationship of health care costs to measurable benefits. The course enables students to assess the role of organized efforts to influence health policy formulation, and the contributions of medical technology, research findings, and societal values on our evolving health care delivery system. Course Goals: By the conclusion of this course, student will be able to: Compare and contrast private, governmental, professional and economic contributions to the development and operation of the health care system. Differentiate among the types and interrelationships of health care facilities, services, and personnel. Evaluate the influences of public sector health policy making and implementation processes. Analyze the major ethical, economic, professional and legal issues confronting providers, insurers, public policymakers and consumers. Assess special problems of high-risk populations and health system responses. Monitor quality control activities of the current health care system and relate service provider behaviors to legal, ethical, and financial considerations. Articulate the values and assumptions that underlie the changing priorities in health planning resource allocation. Prerequisites: None Course Materials: Required Textbook: Sultz, H. A., & Young, K. A. (2011). Health care USA: Understanding its organization and delivery (7 th ed.). Boston: Jones & Bartlett. ISBN: 978-0-7637-8458-4 American Psychological Association. (2009). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.) . Washington, D.C.: Author. ISBN: 9781433805615 Course Structure: Module 1: Overview of U.S. Health Care and Benchmark Developments Module 2: Hospitals - Origin, Organization, and Performance Module 3: Non-Hospital Entities - Ambulatory Care, Long Term Care, and Mental Health Services Module 4: Human Resources - Health Care Personnel and the Changing Practice of Medicine Module 5: Financing Health Care Module 6: Public Health and the Role of Government in Health Care Module 7: Research - How Health Care Advanced Module 8: The Future of Health Care, Portfolio, Evaluation Course Requirements Knowledge Acquisition
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