Compare and contrast each of the three questions related to Managed Care Organizations, Medicare, and Medicaid with one another and explain how they were similar and different to each other.
.Managed care organizations emphasize physicians’ responsibilities to control patient access to expensive hospitalization and specialty care, a principle dubbed “gatekeeping.” Some argue that “gatekeeping” is unethical because it introduces financial factors into treatment decisions. Others say it improves quality by promoting the use of the most appropriate levels of care.
.Medicare is an area that often gets overlooked and is seen as a burden financially. Discuss alternatives to ease the drain on Medicare resources.
Medicaid is shouldering an ever-increasing burden of cost for long-term care for the elderly, with enormous impacts on state budgets throughout the nation. Discuss alternatives to ease this drain on Medicaid resources.
Develop an APA-formatted essay discussing the three entities.
Describe what they are and how they differ. Include an introduction to let the reader know what will be found in the essay.
s times have changed, our lives have also changed. Many students and adults have access to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and many other social media networking sites. So, should there be an issue with the government monitoring data that you have willingly put online? Many people often don’t realize that data links with other enterprises and how data is processed, so they are unaware that all their personal information is being censored online by the government. Why is the government criticized for monitoring when some companies data mine regardless; is it any better than the government doing it? The government is being criticised for ‘spying’ on us when other companies carry out the same process without our knowledge. So why are we only criticising the government? If companies can monitor our information registered on their network and in some cases, sell this information to 3rd parties, why is the government not allowed access to our data? On the other hand, this is a major breach of privacy. This is no different to being watched by “Big Brother” as mentioned in the book ‘1984’ by George Orwell. While we do upload a part of our life on social media, I may defend that we only let the world see a select part of our life that we are comfortable with. However, the government forces the companies to hand over the data. If it is not rightful to force a person, how can the government force the companies to create backdoors so that they can browse over the content this is a violation of human rights. What resources are available to the government? GOPHERSET is a project that monitors SIM cards (Subscriber Identity Module) through a software implant in your SIM card. This implant allows the NSA to extract data from your phone using SIM Toolkit (STK). STK is a series of commands that enables the SIM to decrypt the trigger and sends instructions to retrieve the information via an SMS. PICASSO is a program that collects location of the user. It allows the NSA to find out your IMSI (international mobile subscribers identity), which is a unique 15-digit number. PICASSO can also extract data from your registered phone networks, or the area code of the places you have visited in addition to PINs entered in>GET ANSWER