proposed health care policy that is designed to improve a specific population’s access to quality, cost-effective health care
Select a current or proposed health care policy that is designed to improve a specific population’s access to quality, cost-effective health care. In a paper of 1,000-1,250 words, include the following:
- Explain the policy and how it is designed to improve cost-effectiveness and health care equity for the population. Is the policy financially sound? Why or why not? How does the policy account for any relevant ethical, legal, and political factors and the nursing perceptive one must consider when implementing it?
- To what state, federal, global health policies or goals is this particular policy related? How well do you think the policy is designed to achieve those goals?
- Finally, discuss the advocacy strategies you would employ on behalf of your population to ensure they have access to the benefits of the policy. Explain, from a Christian perspective, the professional and moral obligation of advanced registered nurse to advocate for and promote health and prevent disease among diverse populations.
You are required to cite five to 10 sources to complete this assignment. Sources must be published within the last 5 years and appropriate for the assignment criteria and nursing content.
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This benchmark assignment assesses the following programmatic competencies:
MS Nursing: Public Health
MS Nursing: Education
MS Nursing: Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
MS Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner
MS Nursing: Health Care Quality and Patient Safety
2.1: Examine financially sound health care policy that incorporates the nursing perspective and relevant ethical, legal, and political factors.
2.2: Determine advocacy strategies for improving access, quality, and cost-effective health care for diverse populations.
4.2: Integrate appropriate state, federal, and global health policies and goals into the design of equitable health care for populations.
4.3: Examine the professional and moral obligation of master’s-prepared nurses to respect human dignity and advance the common good through working to promote health and prevent disease among diverse populations from a Christian perspective.