Chapter 6 in book: Health Policymaking in the United States, 5th edition; Beaufort B. Longest, Jr.
Question 3: Discuss the effects of a policy on its own implementation.
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Policies define how people conduct themselves, or take on certain actions that are deemed necessary to ddress an identified priority problem.
For a problem to warrant development of a policy, it must come to the attention of policy makers. For example, health problems are always there for everyone to see and thus a health policy will always draw attention of individuals, policy makers, the community, business people, policy planning organizations and governments.
As can be expected, public health policy has a visible impact on health status.
For example more and more people with a variety of sicknesses related to mental illness are demanding health services from a system that has resources that are too limited to meet everyone's needs at the same scale. This requires a policy for differential definition of mental ...
The formulation of policy by its nature has an impact on its implementation
This guideline summarizes the policy formulation process and how this has an effect on the very implemenation of the policy.
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