HEALTH CARE POLICY ANALYSIS

The paper analyzes the following two questions:
Has the policy process actually changed over time in comparing the different legislative efforts related to Medicare, the Health Security Act, and ACA? Have special interests, committee structure, presidential and legislative power, media, the courts, voting patterns and other aspects of the policymaking process altered the way in which problems are addressed?
Is the kind of long-standing, dedicated attention to a policy issue and solution (from advocates, policymakers, stakeholders, and others) as seen in Medicare impossible to achieve in modern politics and policy? Why or why not?
https://www.dropbox.com/s/080zfk8bjevfihc/Marmor%20Excerpt%20Ch%202to5.pdf?dl=0
Below are the other materials I want incorporated into the paper. https://www.dropbox.com/s/g5ktssj2g6lgtmi/How%20they%20did%20it.docx?dl=0https://www.dropbox.com/s/080zfk8bjevfihc/Marmor%20Excerpt%20Ch%202to5.pdf?dl=0 The rubric is also below The paper analyzes the following two questions: Has the policy process actually changed over time in comparing the different legislative efforts related to Medicare, the Health Security Act, and ACA? Have special interests, committee structure, presidential and legislative power, media, the courts, voting patterns and other aspects of the policymaking process altered the way in which problems are addressed? Is the kind of long-standing, dedicated attention to a policy issue and solution (from advocates, policymakers, stakeholders, and others) as seen in Medicare impossible to achieve in modern politics and policy? Why or why not? Paper is well organized and is free of grammatical errors. The paper responds to both questions in the syllabus and is 7 single spaced pages. There is a strong introductory paragraph that communicates the central thesis of the paper, and the paper provides evidence/examples to support each of the paper’s central arguments. The paper concludes with a discussion of 1) implications for the future of health care policy based on your central thesis and 2) a description of your envisioned role in the health policy process and how the issues discussed in the paper will affect your role. Thank you and I look forward to a “A” worthy paper.

Leave a Reply