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Going beyond a discussion of cost/funding with public health spending? What about access? What about community programs and results?
Access to public health is layered. All Americans benefit from the progress that has been made in public health through enforced regulations involving food safety, information and prevention of infectious diseases, environmental health, and occupational safety and health (OSHA) rules and regulations. In the case of food safety and OSHA rules and regulations, businesses are inspected to ensure laws are followed and penalties are exacted for transgressions.
Public health also offers informational campaigns on these items to alert the general public of their rights as workers, consumers and citizens (in the case of OSHA and ...
This solution discusses the role of public health in our community in terms of access and results. Includes examples.