Begin your presentation by including a title slide (see specifics below). In the speakerâ€™s notes of this slide, include your introductory information, which will include your degree plan and any health care experience you have had or share your qualifications related to the information you are presenting. If you have no health care experience, you can be creative with professional experience. Next, create an overview slide that describes the required components to be covered within the presentation. Add bulleted points for each of the topics being covered. Briefly describe each bulleted point in the speakerâ€™s notes. Content: The remaining slides will address the content of the presentation and the references. The content will address the following required components:â€¢Choose one revolutionary factor from each of the centuries (17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, and 21st) found in your textbook and time line.â€¢Describe each revolutionary factor.â€¢Discuss how the revolutionary factors changed the health care system. â—¦Refer to the time line simulation Global Perspectives: Shifts in Science and Medicine That Changed Healthcare (Links to an external site.) reviewed in Week 1. Chapter 2 in your textbook discusses the evolution of our health care system and is a good resource for this part of the presentation as well.â€¢Identify at least one major development from each of the following perspectives: financial, legal, ethical, regulatory, and social (e.g., consumer demand).â€¢Discuss how each development transformed the system into what it is For more perspective, you may want to review the time line simulation Global Perspectives: Shifts in Science and Medicine That Changed Healthcare (Links to an external site.).â€¢Choose three different stakeholders that have affected the health care system (e.g., health care professionals [physicians, nurses, etc.], clients [patients], health insurance plans [Blue Cross Blue Shield, managed care organizations (MCOs), etc.], federal or state governments, health care professional organizations [American Medical Association (AMA), American Nurses Association (ANA), etc.] and health care accreditation agencies [Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), The Joint Commission, National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), etc.]). â—¦Evaluate each stakeholderâ€™s effect on the health care system by discussing their purpose and impact.â—¦Include examples of both positive and negative impacts made by your chosen stakeholders (e.g., a negative contribution is when a patient uses the emergency room for nonurgent care Part 2: The Cost of the U.S. Health Care Systemâ€¢Describe three different reimbursement methods (e.g., capitation, fee-for-service [FFS], pay-for-performance [P4P], value-based, episode of care, prospective reimbursement, diagnosis related group [DRG], patient-centered medical home [PCMH]). â—¦Explain why you think one of the reimbursement methods you discussed is more effective at reducing health care costs overall while still ensuring the delivery of quality care.â€¢Describe the use of two technological advancements (e.g., electronic medical record [EMRs], electronic health records [EHRs], medical research, improved equipment like magnetic resonance imaging [MRI], mammography, personalized medicine, mobile services like e-prescribing, disease registries, ). â—¦Explain why you think these advancements have reduced costs overall while still ensuring the delivery of quality care. Part 3: The United States Versus Other Health Care Systems: An International Perspectiveâ€¢Contrast the S. health care system with another country (e.g., Canadaâ€™s universal health care or South Africa compared with the U.S. health care system, etc.). You can use the same country discussed in the Week 4 Health Care Systems Around the World discussion. â—¦Discuss how the other countryâ€™s health care system is funded.â—¦Discuss disparities in health care from your chosen country.â—¦Include at least one positive aspect from the other countryâ€™s health care system that you would like to see added to the S. health care system, explaining why you would like this addition. Part 4: Reforms and Improvementsâ€¢Describe two potential reforms and improvements currently being debated at either the local, state, or federal You may want to review the Laws and Regulations Affecting Health Care discussion prompt to help you with this component. Examples could include any of the following: â—¦Federal modifications (e.g., antitrust reforms, CHIP, HSA or HRA, Medicare reform, Medicaid expansion, PPACA repeal, pharmaceutical regulations, development of a universal system, veteransâ€™ health care, crossing borders for health care, clinical trial research, )â—¦State modifications (e.g., Medicaid reform, income tax credits, adoption of state level universal health care, etc.)â—¦Increased consumer controls (e.g., patient-centered care, provider choice, complementary and alternative care choices, activism for changes at the state and federal level, etc.)â—¦Reimbursement changes (Medicare, Medicaid, managed care plans, traditional insurance plans, etc.) Part 5: Conclusion: The Future of the U.S. Health Care Systemâ€¢Examine what you believe the S. health care system will resemble in the next 10 years by recommending two changes and addressing access to care, quality of care, and cost of care, including an example of each in your vision of the future health care system.
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