The Policy Process

1524 Words7 Pages
THE POLICY PROCESS 1 The Policy Process HCS/455 December 2, 2011 The Policy Process 2 The Health care industry has many policies, rules and regulations that have to be followed in order to have a successful company in today’s world. The Health care industry has many policies that keep companies in compliance with all the rules and regulations in order to protect the consumers, patients and employees. In every hospital, doctor’s offices, therapy clinics, etc, there will always be certain protocol of running a successful and thriving business. A certain point in time where these policies were made, there was a process to developing a…show more content…
As we The Policy Process 4 are all aware of, the foundation for AIDS/HIV have already exceeded the formulation stage in this process, and know exactly what they are looking for, a cure. The Legislative Stage is the part of the policy process when a policy is brought to the board of the company, congress or even the person that make the rules and regulation of a company or business. This is also the part of the policy process where the policy proposal will move through government, CEO, or managers, as well as any other decision makers that will become involved of many different levels. These people will ultimately be the ones to determine whether a policy is to be implemented in whole, or partially, or either nothing will become of it (Porter, R). The Legislative Stage is also the part of the policy that a person or part of people will ultimately decide whether or not the policy that is being proposed will be enforced. Throughout this period proposals will be drafted, presidential action will be taken or origins of the ideas will be made public knowledge. With the foundation of AID/HIV being such a big foundation, when policies are being made, it has many channels to go through with the legislative stage. Some policies can sit in the Legislative Stage for a long time, or some policies will live a short period of time in the

More about The Policy Process

Open Document