Why is Congress often unable to come to consensus about health care law?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 11:51 am ad1c9bdddf
Congress is unable to come to consensus about health care law because the issues are highly controversial. The government wants to reduce Medicare, the people do not want premiums to increase, and the employees do not want the employer provided insurance to change. There are multiple views. Some want the business to bear additional costs; others do not want to burden business. Everyone wants more efficient, affordable and universal ...
This solution explains health care law development. The sources used are also included in the solution.
Trends and Issues in Today's Health Care: How a Bill Becomes a Law
How a Bill Becomes a Law
1) I have to make an interaction with the "How a Bill Becomes a Law" media piece.
2) View the "Bill to Law Process," and then "Find a Representative."
3) When finished watching the media piece, I have to complete the "Legislative Assignment."
"Influencing Health Care in the Legislative Arena" by Abood, from The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing (2007)
"Mastering the Art of Politics" by Dailey, from Pennsylvania Nurse (2008)
"Power Dynamics, Health Policy, and Politics" by Hahn, from MEDSURG Nursing (2009)
Read "Political Advocacy, Anyone?" located on The American Nurse Web site at http://www.theamericannurse.org/index.php/2011/06/01/political-advocacy-anyone/View Full Posting Details