Why the United States Healthcare System Should Be a Limited Human Right for All

This is a factual account of PPACA's accomplishments during the 2010 and 2017 period and offers recommendations for revising and enhancing the existing ACA.

Author: M-Ihhs Fache Tozzio, Mark

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1545329176

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Mark Tozzio is Principal / Senior Health Consultant for Hospital and Physician Practice Development Consulting, Inc. (HPPD), in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. He has over 36 years of diversified experience in hospital management and business development assisting health organizations to recruit over 800 physicians into rural and urban communities. He has implemented programs and services totaling over $850 million at numerous healthcare facilities. HPPD focuses on organizational turnaround, process improvement, strategy and long-range planning, facilities development, and physician practice management and relations. Mark is currently Adjunct Instructor, for the Continuing Education and Healthcare Administration degree programs for Northeastern State University - Oklahoma. The distance learning program he leads was the recipient of the coveted Learning Resources Network (LERN) annual award for international online teaching excellence in December 2015. Mark Tozzio is one of only 10,000 certified Fellows world-wide granted by the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) based in Chicago. Illinois. He received his undergraduate degree, Cum Laude, from the University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. Mark also holds a Masters degree, with distinction, in Inter-Professional Health and Human Services Administration (M-IHHS), from the University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma. He was the member of the National Scholars Honor Society and the Key International Honour Society. Mark's thesis is the basis for Section One of this book. The Graduate Review Committee at the University of Oklahoma included the distinguished Professors John L. Duncan, specializing in Leadership and Medical Ethics; Vicki Tall Chief, specializing in Public Health Services and Rural Health Improvement; and Willie V. Bryan, specializing in Health Promotion Sciences. Dr. Bryan is the author of numerous healthcare textbooks. Section Two is a new addition and updates the developments of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (PPACA), signed into law by former President Barack Obama. This is a factual account of PPACA's accomplishments during the 2010 and 2017 period and offers recommendations for revising and enhancing the existing ACA. Many friends, experts, and colleagues have made valuable contributions during the development and update of this book in Section Two. I am deeply grateful to all of these individuals for their time and contributions. [Published March 20, 2017].

Why the United States Healthcare System Should Be a Limited Human Right for All

This is an update to the original 2009 volume with Sections One and Two (new).

Author: Mark G. Tozzio Ma-Ihhs Fache

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1449579493

Category: Health & Fitness

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The present healthcare crisis in the United States is the result of our immensely successful progress toward conquering debilitating diseases and extending life expectancy. More people are alive today than the combined number of individuals who have reached the milestone of 80, 90, and 100 years old. Americans are outliving the normal limits of Social Security and Medicare resources. Now is the time in U.S. history to take a decisive stand on crucial healthcare issues regarding the moral and ethical considerations for providing rational and affordable health services within a framework of fairness and distributive justice.

Why the United States Healthcare System Should Be a Limited Human Right for All

This is an update to the original 2009 volume with Sections One and Two (new).

Author: Mark G. M-IHHS, FACHE

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1544025211

Category: Health care reform

Page: 400

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The present healthcare crisis in the United States is the result of our immensely successful progress toward conquering debilitating diseases and extending life expectancy. More people are alive today than the combined number of individuals who have reached the milestone of 80, 90, and 100 years old. Americans are outliving the normal limits of Social Security and Medicare resources. Now is the time in U.S. history to take a decisive stand on crucial healthcare issues regarding the moral and ethical considerations for providing rational and affordable health services within a framework of fairness and distributive justice. This is an update to the original 2009 volume with Sections One and Two (new).

Universal Health Care

Universal healthcare may be defined as any healthcare system that ensures at least basic coverage to most, if not all, citizens of a country.

Author: Claudio ButticË

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781440868450

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 191

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This accessibly written book explains universal healthcare; the many forms it can take; and the issues, debates, and historical context underpinning the continued struggle for its implementation in the United States. • Explains complex concepts and terms related to healthcare systems and healthcare coverage in simple, easy-to-understand language • Explores key issues and roadblocks to adoption of a universal healthcare system in the United States, including concerns over cost and quality of care • Provides illuminating case studies that use engaging scenarios to highlight how universal healthcare—or the lack thereof—can affect individuals and families • Includes a useful Directory of Resources to guide readers in their search for additional information

Dictionary of Global Bioethics

The human right to health as outlined in the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that everyone has the right to the highest attainable ... A healthcare system should have the following characteristics: (1) Availability.

Author: Henk ten Have

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030541613

Category: Philosophy

Page: 1063

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This Dictionary presents a broad range of topics relevant in present-day global bioethics. With more than 500 entries, this dictionary covers organizations working in the field of global bioethics, international documents concerning bioethics, personalities that have played a role in the development of global bioethics, as well as specific topics in the field.The book is not only useful for students and professionals in global health activities, but can also serve as a basic tool that explains relevant ethical notions and terms. The dictionary furthers the ideals of cosmopolitanism: solidarity, equality, respect for difference and concern with what human beings- and specifically patients - have in common, regardless of their backgrounds, hometowns, religions, gender, etc. Global problems such as pandemic diseases, disasters, lack of care and medication, homelessness and displacement call for global responses.This book demonstrates that a moral vision of global health is necessary and it helps to quickly understand the basic ideas of global bioethics.

America s Doctors Medical Science Medical Care

In the early part of the century, outreach provided new protection for all and extended the frontier of human survival. ... Although access to health care as a human right may pale when compared to personal freedom, a case can be made, ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015012540202

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Healthcare Politics and Policy in America

The United States is the only Western industrialized country without a national healthcare system (see Graig 1999; ... Like Daniels et al., Chapman holds that healthcare as a human right would be limited to those services that would ...

Author: Kant Patel

Publisher: M.E. Sharpe

ISBN: 9780765644411

Category: Medical

Page: 440

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Fully updated, this new edition provides a comprehensive examination of the ways that health policy has been shaped by the political, socioeconomic, and ideological environment of the United States. The roles played by public and private, institutional and individual actors in designing the healthcare system are identified at all levels.

Healthcare Politics and Policy in America 2014

The United States is the only Western industrialized country without a national healthcare system (see Graig 1999; ... Like Daniels et al., Chapman holds that healthcare as a human right would be limited to those services that would ...

Author: Kant Patel

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317468837

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 440

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This book provides a comprehensive examination of the ways that health policy has been shaped by the political, socioeconomic, and ideological environment of the United States. The roles played by public and private, institutional and individual actors in designing the healthcare system are identified at all levels. The book addresses the key problems of healthcare cost, access, and quality through analyses of Medicare, Medicaid, the Veterans Health Administration, and other programs, and the ethical and cost implications of advances in healthcare technology. This fully updated fourth edition gives expanded attention to the fiscal and financial impact of high healthcare costs and the struggle for healthcare reform, culminating in the passage of the Affordable Care Act, with preliminary discussion of implementation issues associated with the Affordable Care Act as well as attempts to defund and repeal it. Each chapter concludes with discussion questions and a comprehensive reference list. Helpful appendices provide a guide to websites and a chronology. PowerPoint slides and other instructional materials are available to instructors who adopt the book.

Healthcare as a Universal Human Right

However, it has been questioned whether this right to privacy is unlimited, that is, whether there are limits to the duty of secrecy and the deontological (and ... us, a consequentialist argument must also be considered since it ...

Author: Rui Nunes

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000530353

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 224

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This important book outlines how, despite varying levels of global socio-economic development, governments around the world can guarantee their citizens’ fundamental right to basic healthcare. Ground in the philosophical position that healthcare is an essential element to human dignity, the book moves beyond this theoretical principle to offer policy makers a basis for health policies based on public accountability and social responsiveness. Also emphasizing the importance of global co-operation, particularly in the area of health promotion and communication, it addresses, too, the issue of financial sustainability, suggesting robust mechanisms of economic and social regulation. New opportunities created by e-health, evidence-based data and artificial intelligence are all highlighted and discussed, as is the issue of patient rights. Students and researchers across bioethics, public health and medical sociology will find this book fascinating reading, as will policy makers in the field.