As a current or future healthcare administration leader, understanding how to interpret mandates, such as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), will likely inform decision-making as it concerns day-to-day operations, cost structures, and reimbursement policies.
For this Discussion, reflect on how the implementation of the (PPACA) might impact operations of HSOs. Then consider how the PPACA might affect cost structures and reimbursement rates for HSOs. Think about how the PPACA might affect different types of organizations engaged in healthcare delivery, and describe implications of the PPACA (financial, operational, etc.) for individual institutions and explain how it impacts their cost structure and might affect reimbursement rates. Be specific and be sure to include how this might differ across different types of health services organizations.
Macbeth’s immoral traits is his deceitful nature, particularly in the wake of Duncan’s murder. It is Macbeth who urges his wife to “hide what false heart doth know”, to disguise their true feelings behind a mask of sorrow showing his own capacity for treachery. His dishonesty seems to know no bounds and he puts on an almost impressive display of “false sorrow” to distance himself from the crime, exclaiming “Had I but died an hour before this chance/ I had lived a blessed time”, appearing distraught at the death he has caused. His capacity for treason and dishonesty proves once again that Macbeth is completely unrelenting when it comes to fulfilling his prophecy. For this reason I believe that Macbeth, like his wife, acts ruthlessly based on his own insatiable ambition and as such I do not consider him any less villainous than his female counterpart. Even with his many nasty qualities now laid before us, I still believe that Macbeth has a variety of characteristics that somewhat redeem him. In fact, the play begins with a lengthy description of our “Brave Macbeth”, who is lauded for his valiant effort on the battlefield. In fact, in the beginning of the play it is Macbeth who is fighting against treachery, slaying the rebel Macdonwald in a stunningly brutal fashion, unseaming him “from the nave to the chops”. This courage is one of the only positive traits which remains with Macbeth to the bitter end. Even with the combined forces of England and Scotland pitted against him, Macbeth refuses outright to surrender, exclaiming “I’ll fight, till from my bones my flesh be hacked”. This indestructible will of the warrior is certainly something to be admired, even if it eventually becomes misdirected. Like his valiant nature, Macbeth’s undeniable love for his wife is a somewhat surprising and impressive side to his otherwise gruff character. The mutual trust that exists between them is seen in the first Act, where Macbeth immediately sends a letter to his “dearest love” to inform her of his meeting with the Witches. The strong, loving relationship which Macbeth has with his wife also allows us to see Lady Macbeth’s perspective on his character. Contrary to >GET ANSWER