The Impact of the Affordable Care Act on North Carolina’s Uninsured Population

| January 19, 2015

Please follow outline its more of an analysis paper and keep in mind I work in the emergency room. Bold each point below in the paper Total views: 2 (Your views: 1) The Impact of Policy in the Workplace Policy influences the delivery of health care in numerous ways. It can impact everything from methods of disposing hazardous materials to how often a patient’s vital signs are taken. These policies play a significant role in influencing the efficiency and effectiveness of quality health care. To prepare for this Discussion, reflect on your readings and the video presentation from this week’s resources. Consider policy problems that exist in your work setting. Think about who is trying to influence these policies. Using the definition of politics in Mason, Leavitt, and Chaffee (2014, p. 5), address the following: •Identify a policy problem that exists (or existed) in your work setting. •Who is making decisions about the allocation of resources and what resources are involved to address the problem? •How does this align with the steps in the policy-making process? •How does this policy affect nursing and the delivery of health care? Support your ideas or those of others with references from the professional nursing literature.
definition of politics in Mason, Leavitt, and Chaffee (2014, p. 5),
Politics is frequently associated with a negative connotation, yet it is a actually neutral term. Politics is the process of influencing the allocation of scarce resources. Policymaking involves the distribution of resources; so politics or political action can be viewed as the efforts and strategies used to shape a policy choice. The definition of politics contains several important concepts. Influencing indicates that there are opportunities to shape the outcomes of a process. Allocation means that decisions are being made about how to distribute resources. Scarce implies that there are limits to the amount of resources available- and that all parties likely cannot have all they want. Finally, resources are usually considered to be financial, but could also include human resources (personnel), time, or physical space such as offices (Mason,Leavitt,& Chaffee,2007). Politics can also be considered to be how conflicts in a society are expressed and resolved in favor of one det of values or interest over another (Kraft&Furlong,2010)
Political skills have a bad reputation; for some it conjures up thoughts of manipulatio ,self-interested behavior, and favoritism (Ferris, Davidson,& Perrewe, 2005). “she plays politics” is not generally considered to be a compliment, but true political skill is critical in health care leadership, advocating for others ,and shaping policy. Ferris et al. (1005) consider political skill to be the ability to understand others and to use that knowledge to influence others to act in a way that supports one’s objective. They believe political skill has four components:
Social astuteness: Skill at being attuned to others and social situation
Interpersonal influence: Convincing personal style that influences others featuring the ability to adapt behavior to situations and be pleasant and productive to work with.
Networking ability: The ability to develop and use diverse networks of people and the ability to position oneself to create and take advantage of opportunities.
Apparent sincerity: The display of high levels of integrity, authenticity, sincerity, and genuineness.

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