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Discussion: Underserved Populations HLT 205

Discussion: Underserved Populations HLT 205

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Discussion: Underserved Populations HLT 205
Define health care disparities. Where and how do they exist? Identify at least three contributing factors. How could we change this?  Make sure to use a reference to support your response.
Describe the historical aspects and methods for identifying underserved populations. Discuss how you would improve these methods, track a population’s progression, and/or determine whether a population is no longer underserved.

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HLT 205 Week 7 Topic 7 Discussion 1
Describe how state Certificate of Need (CON) programs and Medicare Prospective Payment Systems (PPS) help decrease health care spending. Cite references to support your response.
HLT 205 Week 7 Topic 7 Discussion 2
In the U.S. health care system, what are the two basic challenges to access which will not be resolved by a mere expansion of health insurance to the uninsured? Cite references to support your response.
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