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HCA498 module 1 discussion latest 2016 june
Now that the Republicans have gained control of both houses
of Congress and possibly a Republican President do you feel the will attempt to
repeal or unfund the ACA?
HCA498 module 2 discussion latest 2016 june
Who do you think is responsible for the high cost of
healthcare (Drug Companies, Insurance Companies, Physicians, Patients)? Why?
HCA498 module 3 discussion latest 2016 june
The ACA has been reviewed again and again by the U. S.
Supreme Court and found to be still constitutional. Do you agree or disagree
with that finding? Why?
HCA498 module 4 discussion latest 2016 june
Many states now face budget cutbacks. Many programs now are
being cut across the board. How do you think those that depend most on state
programs will be adversely affected?
HCA498 module 5 discussion latest 2016 june
Is the U.S. becoming a socialist nation with the passage of
all the socialist programs that have been passed and enacted (Social Security,
Medicare, Medicaid, ACA, etc.)?
module 6 discussion latest 2016 june
Is access to healthcare a right or a privilege? Why?
HCA498 module 7 discussion latest 2016 june
Today we are seeing more and more healthcare facilities
becoming either affiliated with or being bought be large healthcare
corporations. Is this practical or should healthcare facilities remain free
standing. Do not forget to think about rural areas in your consideration.
HCA498 module 8 discussion latest 2016 june
What do you think is the future of healthcare will it continue
to grow or implode on itself?