How health care policy has a direct impact on the services and payment of your health care

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Discussion Question:
Describe how health care policy has a direct impact on the services and payment of your health care. Provide a specific example of the relationship between a policy and a specific health care program or service. What one suggestion would you recommend to change or modify a current health care policy? Remember to support your recommendation with research.

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