In no less than 150 words Discuss the impact of health policies on health services in terms of the money, human resources, and technology used to produce these services.
In no less than 150 words Discuss the impact of health policies on health services in terms of the money, human resources, and technology used to produce these services. Your answer should include a discussion on each of the three areas? In no less than 75 words give your personal information to Felita Daniel-sacagiu and Tyler Blevins Tyler Blevins Health policies determine the nature of health services through their effect on the resources required to produce the services and on the health system through which the services are organized, delivered, and paid for. In terms of money, the United States spends more money on health than any other country. Current health expenditures and projected future increases have significant implications. One can assume that expenditures will increase which will lead to higher prices. Higher prices make it harder for individuals to afford health services or even pay for the insurance to cover their medical bills. There are going to have to be ever evolving policies for human resources and workforce. With projections pointing towards a nursing shortage for example, there were policies created and revised as incentive to get individuals to pursue nursing. Some of those incentives are as follows: loan repayment programs, career ladder programs, best-practice grants, and other repayment programs for nurses willing to teach at a nursing school. Technology is always progressing and newer items are being created and implemented. These technological advances result in pharmaceuticals, devices, and procedures. With these advances it has only given doctors and nurses better tools to diagnose, treat, and cure with. Health policies provide funding for this and allow for the continued growth of technology and medical practices. Longest, B. B. (2016). Health Policymaking in the United States (Vol. Sixth edition). Chicago, Illinois: Health Administration Press. Felita Daniel-sacagiu Healthcare policy incorporates any law, regulation or research related to the improved implementation of insurance policies, hospital care policies and healthcare research. It is vitally important as it sets a general plan of action used to lead to or result in desired outcomes and is a fundamental guideline in decision making.The impact of health policies on health services in terms of moneyIn 2010, health reform legislation was passed and introduced a range of payment delivery system changes designed to achieve a significant slowing of healthcare costs growth. Most of the assessments of the new reform law focused only on the federal budgetary impact. It was estimated that, net, the combination of provisions in the new law would reduce healthcare spending by $590 billion between 2010-2019 and lower premiums by approximately $2000.00/per family. Also, the annual growth rate in national health expenditures might be slowed from 6.3% to approximately 5.7%.