HA545 Unit 5 Discussion

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Title: Health Policymaking in United States
Edition: 6th (20Using as references:

Title: Health Policymaking in United States

Edition: 6th (2015)

Author: Longest

Publisher: ACHE

Book ISBN: 978-1-56793-719-0

Chapter 5: “Policy Formulation: Agenda Setting”

In not less than 150 words

Discuss the necessity of rulemaking and the role that interest groups play in it. Discuss the necessity of analysis in the rulemaking process in healthcare  Assess general tools and frameworks used in policy analysis within healthcare.

In two different paragraph with no less than 75 words give your personal opinion to Abravi Sadji and  Sasha Bluitt

Sasha Bluitt

Agencies get their authority to issue regulations from Laws (statutes) enacted by Congress. The rule making process is a necessity in policy implementation because of enacted laws are generally no specific enough to guide the actual operation of the law. Different interest groups have a big part in rule and policy making because of money and lobbying to reformat rules. Rules show to the public allowing people the illusion that they have a say so in the change of policies that are already put in place.The purposed parties state the pros and cons of the rule in question and try to offer a alternative, Policies have an effect for many interest groups. The persons and members of the interest groups are targets of rules to implement. Interest groups are always seeking the influence of policy formation “Implementation of any complex health-related law readily provides examples of the “strategic interaction” that occurs during rule-making between implementing organizations and affected interest groups.” Organizations anticipate groups and organizations working in there own interests. Legislators in situations can be expected to seek to maximize their net political support through their decisions and actions. Rule making is essential in health care and a proper functioning society . If there weren’t any rulemaking then there would be no order.

Longest, B. B. (2016). Health Policymaking in the United States. Chicago, Illinois: Health Administration Press ; Arlington, Virginia.

 

Abravi Sadji

The implementation of policies include four steps such as designing, rulemaking, operating and evaluating. Rulemaking, the second step, involves the development of detailed directives through the implementation of organizations in the executive branch. Rulemaking is necessary because it establishes laws and amendments to influence specific actions, behaviors or decisions. Some of these rules can go through multiple revisions. The executive agencies are required to publish their “proposed rules” first, before they are implemented as “final rules”. The role of the interest groups is to participate, guide, and express their opinions and preferences in the rulemaking process (Longest, 2016).
Analysis in the rulemaking process is necessary to prove the worthiness and effectiveness of a policy. Policy analysis answers questions in order to identify the strengths and weaknesses, the areas that need improvements, the benefits of a policy. It requires a systematic collection and analysis of evidence-based information. Some of the tools and frameworks used in policy analysis include the “Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation, Government Accountability Office, Congressional Budget Office, Congressional Research service” (Longest, 2016).

Longest, B. B. (2016). Health policymaking in the United States. Chicago, Illinois: Health Administration Press ; Arlington, Virginia.

 

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