(a) Describe your personal values and spiritual beliefs.
(b) Using the elements of cost, quality, and social issues to frame your description, differentiate your beliefs and opinions about health care policy. Give examples of relevant ethical principles, supported by your values.
(c) Analyze how factors such as your upbringing, spiritual or religious beliefs/doctrine, personal and professional experiences, and political ideology affect your current perspective on health care policy.
(d) Examine any inconsistencies you discovered relative to the alignment of your personal values and beliefs with those concerning health policy. Discuss what insights this has given you.
Please write using APA Style format with at least 4 or more paragraphs under the following heading:
(1) Personal values and beliefs.
(2) Beliefs and opinions about health care policy
(3) Factors affecting current perspective on health care policy.
(4) Inconsistencies and insights concerning health policy
Health Policy Values Name Institution Health Policy Values Personal Values and Beliefs Honesty is a personal value I hold that entails having moral attributes such as being truthful, straightforwardness, and generally avoid being a liar. Honesty ensures that one is trustworthy and sincere in dealing with other people (Peterson & Seligman, 2004). The other personal value is loyalty that entails being faithful to a course or a person or individuals that one is around. This loyalty builds other traits such as trust, consistency, and freeing oneself from betrayal. Finally, the value of kindness is important because it means a person is considerate and generous. Kindness means the ability of helping others who may be in need and not expecting anything in return (Peterson & Seligman, 2004). One spiritual belief is forgiveness, which means the essence of letting go of all anger and pain towards another person. This means that allowing resentment to leave and replacing it with love. Forgiveness ensures that the body becomes light or free from baggage and replaced with a peace of min