Healthcare Economics and Perspective of Sociology
Five years from now, the ACA will improve American health care delivery as well as reduce costs of health care services. Health insurance coverage reforms will uphold the principles of ACA through numerous provisions of direct targets of how health care systems are organized, paid for, and delivered in United States (Cimasi, 2014). The rules aim at addressing identified shortcomings in U.S. health system. The inefficiencies and high costs of fee-for-service systems will be directed to reduce variability in the quality of care among patients receiving viable roles between regions (Teitelbaum, 2013).
Health care providers will show interest in fixing daunting problems and obstacles. One of the areas of improvement includes the establishment of reimbursement systems that are aimed at rewarding physicians and hospitals for treating patients infected with acute conditions. The solutions surpass those with the ultimate focus on the prevention of such conditions against slowing progression. The system will provide universal coverage through current reforms. The recent projections are 301 million Americans coverage by the year 2016 (Teitelbaum, 2013). The approach will mitigate against significant gaps in terms of coverage within states while opting out of expanding Medicaid eligibility. The potential in the 6 million uninsured persons includes delivery of non-elderly adults without varying the access points to care.
There is a provision for expansion of facility infrastructure. Additionally, the undocumented residents, as well as those opting not purchase such coverage, will add onto existing...
Payment reforms introduced by the Affordable Care Act will change emphasis to value-driven from volume-driven reimbursement (Cimasi, 2014). The facilitation is based on viable outcomes measurements, incentivizing safe, high quality, cost-effective, and efficient care. The fundamental changes in delivery reforms are shifting in care infrastructure and management to the future collaborative and integrated systems. ACOs have a primary goal of delivering fee-for-services while focusing on wellness and prevention to minimize hospitalizations, unnecessary care use, and readmissions.
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Ethics To efficiently exercise ethical group therapy a therapist should internalize the morals, values, and behavioral make-up of each person within the group. Whereas group therapy has the tendency to attend to interactional and interpersonal, specific therapy generally looks at the intra-psychic. Group therapy has actually been shown to have efficient treatment advantages in the treatment with different mental and individual issues. Principles in Counseling Principles in counseling can be specified as:
Group Addiction TX Theory Selection The Psychodynamic Model The Behaviorists The Cognitive Model The Humanistic Model Theory Analysis Ethical and Cultural Considerations Group Development Personal Model Psychology has a long tradition of interpreting human behavior across different paradigms. The current paper investigates a method of incorporating four main psychological paradigms: psychoanalytic, behaviorist, cognitive, and humanist, into group counseling treatment for addictions and compulsive behaviors. Each paradigm is briefly discussed then the integration of aspects from theoretical models that spring
Solution focused therapists operate on the logic that all problems have exceptions and by studying those exceptions and maintaining a definite vision of the ideal future, the therapist and patient can collaboratively come up with ideas to resolve problems. Their focus is the future, and competency. These therapists underscore and harness client strengths for facilitating a better future. The assumption underlying solution focused counseling is that solutions might be found
Discrimination Model Mental health practitioners' clinical supervision began similar to the practice of "apprenticeship" in other areas. Apprentices or pupils possessing basic skills and knowledge would become proficient in work through observation, assisting the accomplished professional in that field, and receiving his/her feedback. The belief was that, since the "master" excelled at the job, his/her supervisory and teaching skills would be just as good. However, this is not true always.
Pedagogic Model for Teaching of Technology to Special Education Students Almost thirty years ago, the American federal government passed an act mandating the availability of a free and appropriate public education for all handicapped children. In 1990, this act was updated and reformed as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, which itself was reformed in 1997. At each step, the goal was to make education more equitable and more accessible to
Healthcare Policy Western Philosophical Thought and the Delivery of the Public Health System Improving healthcare behaviors and access to public healthcare has been a key issue of debate among politicians and officials on all levels of the government for quite some time. The ability to improve individual behaviors that result in improved health have an impact on society. The healthcare system is already overwhelmed and there is an urgent need to convince