1. Often a small change in an organization or policy can lead to a large-scale, profound change. Provide an example of this in either the public or private health care arena.
When Acts are passed through legislation, such as HIPAA (1996), organizations formulate policies that reflect the principles necessary to comply with the act. The Act changed and regulated how medical records were stored and protected, which changed the way organizations were structured in terms of administration and record keeping.
For example, when health practitioners deal with patient over the Internet, not only does your hardware need to be secure, but also your privacy policies and ...
Because a small change in an organization or policy can lead to a large-scale, profound change, this solution provides an example of this in either the public or private health care arena.