As a current or future healthcare administration leader, you will likely be involved in the generation of various reports, memos, and briefs for the board of your health services organization. Much like a business analysis case or other formal presentation, Executive Briefs are meant to capture pertinent information to help solicit decision-making and leadership strategies. For health services organizations, Executive Briefs should highlight implications for healthcare delivery and promotion of positive health outcomes as it concerns healthcare policies and law.
For this Assignment, select a health services organization for which you currently work or one with which you are familiar. Then, consider how the implementation of the ACA might impact the key operations of the health services organization you selected. Consider how your health services organization’s strategy may change based on the implementation of ACA. Think about some recommendations you might make to the board of your health services organizations in order to adhere to ACA mandates.
• Describe the health services organization you selected and explain why.
• Explain how implementation of the ACA might affect how your health services organization performs key operations to include: financial, operational, and clinical components for health care delivery.
• Describe two recommendations to the board of how the implementation of ACA will be reflected in your health services organization’s strategy. Be specific and provide examples.
University he serves as an extremely dependable source for my topic because of his education in the sociology field and being a highly distinguished author. Similar to how Hook analyzes the effect of unorthodox literary works, Voltaire strays away from the accepted standards of the time and explains the harsh realities of a rigid class structure during the Enlightenment in his novel. This review of Robert Wuthnow’s novel has provided me an immense amount of useful information on the cultural changes in society during this time period, as well as the effects these developmental shifts have on the social structure. Hook, Sidney. “The Enlightenment and Marxism.” Journal of the History of Ideas, vol. 29, no. 1, 1968, pp. 93–108. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/2708467 During The Enlightenment, there was a rigid class structure, dividing each person into one of the three classes: Upper Class, Middle Class, and the Working Class. Throughout this journal article, author Sidney Hook discusses the complex and unkempt relationship between Marxism and The The Enlightenment. In the article Hook analyzes the beliefs associated with The Enlightenment, faith in reason or science and the belief in the natural rights of man, and the reasoning behind the Marxist movements during that century, to regard socialism as a means of furthering democracy and to regard democracy simply as a means of furthering socialism. Unlike various other writers who boasted about their immense understanding of the theory of Marxism, Sidney Hook was the only experienced philosopher who was educated on the subject and was able to bring a detailed comprehension of Marx’s theory. This allowed him to provide readers with genuine sources in order to solve disputes and claims that became so visible during his life. By having the information given in this journal I will be able to distinguish the similarities between Marxist and Enlightenment thinkers and will have greater insights as to how the theory of Marxism affected the strict class structure during this time period. Katz, Elihu, et al. “Status Mobility and Reactions to Deviance and Subsequent Conformity.” Sociometry, vol. 27, no. 3, 1964, pp. 245–260. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/2785617 During The Enlightenment, social mobility was questioned due to the newfound concept of reason in society. Throughout this journal article, authors Elihu Katz, William L. Libby, Jr. and Fred L. Strodtbeck conduct multiple experiments to further discuss the effects conformity has on status mobility. In their summary and >GET ANSWER