In a paper of 500-1,000 words, describe the relationship between health care cost and quality. Address the following:
Select one public agency and one private agency. Differentiate the roles of these agencies and the major initiatives they have undertaken to address cost and quality in health care. Refer to the Topic 4 study materials for sources related to health care agencies.
Analyze current and projected initiatives to improve quality while simultaneously controlling costs in both the private and public spheres. Describe any unintended consequences that have resulted or may result from these efforts.
Synthesize the implications of these efforts for staff nurses and advanced practice nurses. Include evidence-based practice, relative to cost and quality, in your response.
The banking sector of Nigeria has seen vast improvements with the deployment of Africapitalist concepts. The United Bank for Africa (UBA), is one of Africa’s largest and most successful banking institutes that was created in 1949. In the year of 2005, UBA merged with a struggling bank called Standard Trust bank. The Standard Trust Bank had been facing rough times since 1997, going into bankruptcy, facing charges over corruption and so on. The two banks merged with a mission of democratizing Nigeria’s banking sector. The first few years were a hassle to get the bank up and running as the public were skeptical on whether they could trust the bank or not given its previous history. Around 2010, the bank was formed into a Pan African institute and saw a large increase of customers and ATMs nationwide. The board members promised to deliver and they did, to date the UBA has more than 8 million global customers and has opened branches in the likes of Paris. After the realisation of Africapitalism’s impact on United Bank for Africa, more and more banks have become locally empowered. This change in Nigeria’s banking sector has seen an increase in international finance between African countries. Other banks that have seen tremendous growth in Nigeria are the First Bank of Nigeria, Access Bank and Zenith Bank. All these banks have very aggressive marketing strategies and have been able to forge partnerships with other international banks in various parts of Africa and the world at large. The impact of Africapitalism on agriculture Agriculture is one of Nigeria’s biggest sectors in the economy as many people living in rural areas rely on rearing animals and growing crops to bring bread to the table. As earlier mentioned the Teragro fruit juice plant was one of the many successful agricultural end products to come from the implementation of Africapitalism. Africapitalism in the agricultural sector has seen immense improvements in rural areas of which the economic philosophy has been applied. In the North Western regions of Sokoto and Kebbi Africapitalism has been widespread and has been highly appreciated by young agricultural innovators who are being supplied with development loans that charge low interest rates by the philanthropic Africapitalist institutions. Many Africapitalist pioneers state that despite the Africa>GET ANSWER