Nursing Profession Vs. Dentistry Profession

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Access to Care in the Nursing Profession vs. Dentistry Profession
The nursing profession looks at access to care in many different aspects. The Affordable Care Act has changed the nursing profession. The Affordable Care Act has changed how nurses document and care for patients. Access to care in the nursing profession also refers to how different populations can get easily health services are available to them. This paper focuses on how vulnerable populations get healthcare aid and what situations affect their healthcare needs. The nursing profession also looks at how students are able to access care for themselves. This paper will be compared to how the dentistry profession views access to care. The dentistry profession views access to care in that they are trying to get more people access to their services. One of the goals is to get more people access to oral care. Access to care in the Nursing profession is views how different populations get access to care and specific legislative that alters access to different groups of people and how Dentistry views access to care by wanting more people to get access to oral care.
The Affordable Care Act and Nursing
The Affordable Care Act, (ACA) has changed the nursing profession and has also changed access to care for their patient’s. One of the direct impacts on the nursing profession is that more people are insured. Since the ACA has been passed 9 million more citizens in the United States has health insurance. It is…

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