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    Topic: The affects of Diagnostic Regulatory Guidelines on the Health Care Industry.

    (1,000 - 1,200 word)

    ? Introduction
    ? Historical background
    ? Economic principles applicable to the policy, model, or program
    ? Legislative and regulatory influences
    ? Conclusion


    Select your topic/model and begin to prepare the Final Proposal. There is a lot of latitude in what you can select, it does not need to be a system, as is the individual assignment. It can be a program, federal or state policy, current issue, test model system, etc. Just as with the individual assignment, the team assignment builds upon each week as a portion of your final paper.

    ? Also include the legislative and regulatory influences on your selected topic.

    ? The model will be a national or statewide health care policy, model, or program. This assignment is the first of a series that will accumulate over the next few weeks into a proposal for a government action to evolve a health care model, or revision of the current model.

    ? Use at least three references.

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    The response address the queries posted in 1321 words with references.

    //Prior to discussing the effects of the Diagnostic Regulatory Guidelines on the 'Health Care Industry', I will first, talk about the fundamental foundations of diagnostic medicine. Therefore, I start with short introduction about the topic, as under: //


    The four basic foundations of diagnostic medicine are the anatomy, pathology, physiology and psychology. On similar lines, the job of a physician is to understand the mechanism of the human body and the functions performed by it. Accordingly, he measures the current condition of the patient against the prescribed standards. This is done in order to determine the variance of the patient from normal state and the intensity of this variation. This exercise is popularly known as diagnosis. On completing this process, the physician suggests a management plan, which would comprise of the treatment methods and plans to follow-up. At this stage, the physician discusses with the patient about the factors causing the poor health, the progression of the treatment, probable results, other methods capable of treating the disorders and measures to keep healthy.

    However, it is believed that the diagnosis of any kind of ailments or disorders in psychology proves to be difficult. Generally, for the diagnosis of these disorders, functional descriptions are provided.

    Historical Background

    The concept of medical diagnosis dates back to the days of Imhotep in ancient Egypt and Hippocrates in ancient Greece. However, this data is not considered to be reliable even though it is based on detailed medical research including the sequencing of the human genome. Finally, the theories proposed by the researchers in the beginning of the 20th century set the basis for the theory and practice of diagnostic studies.

    //After giving an introduction and the Historical background of the topic, the major economic principles relevant to the diagnostic regulatory guidelines are also discussed. I have tried to give all the suitable and relevant information relating to this. However, if you want you may add more. //

    Economic principles applicable to diagnostic regulatory guidelines

    In the 1920s, the policy makers viewed that the prevailing diagnostic health care industry was very expensive and a major portion of the population was unable to avail these services. This ...

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    The response address the queries posted in 1321 words with references.