Write a 1,250-1,500 word essay addressing the following questions:
What is cost containment and how has it affected health care?
What cost containment practices do we see from private health insurance versus public health insurance?
How do national expenditures affect an organization? What trends are we seeing with national expenditures? What does the future look like?
What role does cost shifting play?
What are the various methods of reimbursement and what trends do we see with these?
hen studying poetry, a misconception that can be rebutted is the idea that poetry finds itself focusing purely on the ‘pretty things’; completely voiding the struggles and lacking the connection to the world around us. Contrary to common misconception, poetry has the capability to use the ‘pretty things’ as a vice to further expand on deeper feelings in which humans struggle to even recognize in a striking way. Through further examination, one can come to the conclusion that poetry is one of the highest forms of expression – providing a beautiful cloak over the deepest thoughts lingering within the human mind in an unconventional but effective way. The importance of poetry lies beyond the surface, as one can be completely blind to this idea, making them unable to look beyond the words in the poem from a humanistic perspective. By examining works such as William Shakespeare’s Sonnets, Ben Jonson’s 1616 folio, and John Keats’ Ode to Autumn – one can further examine the author’s connection to deepest human thought through the use of beautiful and altruistic poetry. To begin, William Shakespeare is known to be one of the most influential figures in Western literature through both his poetic works and plays in which he produced throughout the 15th and early 16th centuries. Shakespeare’s popularity is held high in standards due to his ability to convey emotions such as love, loss, guilt, and revenge as well as the psychological standpoint of the human mind with extraordinary use of the verbal facility to convey his innermost thoughts. In his Sonnets, Shakespeare’s chronic use of motifs is heavily centralized as well as his desire and will to convey the cyclical and poignant beauty of the natural world. It is through this centralization that one can recognize Shakespeare’s deep connection to human thought by use of paradoxes to convey both love and the unsureness of human emotion. In Sonnet 138, Shakespeare highlights the faults in love and the misconstrued idea behind truth, trust, and lies. When looking deeper into the poem, one can grasp the hardships between truth and flatte>GET ANSWER