Write an impartial evaluation of the technical feasibility of the Reform Plan including cost factors and its impact on the existing medical system including insurers, medical facilities, practitioners, and patients.

Health Care Reform Proposal

It is the early 1990’s, and you are a high-powered independent health care consultant. President Clinton has engaged your services as an impartial third party political analyst to evaluate his Health Care Reform Plan. Begin by researching the Plan and why it was never passed. Your Activity responses should be both grammatically and mechanically correct and formatted in the same fashion as the Activity itself. If there is a Part A, your response should identify a Part A, etc. In addition, you must appropriately cite all resources used in your response and document them in a bibliography using APA style. (A 6-page response is required.)

Part A

Write an impartial evaluation of the technical feasibility of the Reform Plan including cost factors and its impact on the existing medical system including insurers, medical facilities, practitioners, and patients.

Part B

It is 1995. Once again, President Clinton retains you as an independent outside consultant. He asks you to analyze what went wrong politically with the Reform Plan (i.e., why it was not enacted). Detail the problems with the initial assumptions made as well as the political process that ensued.

Must be in APA format with references.

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