The New Healthcare Reform ( Aca )

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Systems Thinking Patti Maisner Kaplan University Introduction Before the new healthcare reform (ACA) not too many had access or means for healthcare. Practitioners charged what they wanted and ordered extra and unnecessary treatments. With the implementation of a new way to cover healthcare, the system finds itself struggling to make a quick response to local markets while they struggle with shifts from fee for service to value care, using theoretical public health models, dealing with target populations, delivering quality care while keeping their costs at a minimum. There is a strong desire to reach for the public health way of delivering healthcare. That is reinvesting in the patient, becoming part of larger systems by forming partnerships to give the patient what they need. Organizational Components There are several components of an organization: having an accomplished and competent workforce, the latest system for storing and transmitting data, and the proficiency to evaluate and respond to the health needs of the public (Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, 2015). Within these dynamics are the tools to enhance the health of communities by formulating environments that support & sustain optimum health, while promoting the learning of skillful behaviors. To break this down further, the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2014) believe that with the above tools, every public health
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