MAX POINTS 190

Affordable Care Act (ACA)

 

There are a ton of other state and federal rules that pertain to health care in addition to the Affordable Care Act (ACA). In this project, you will research these laws and how they affect organizational performance and sustainability, as well as healthcare quality.
General prerequisites:
To ensure the assignment is finished successfully, use the information below:
• A grading rubric will be used by the instructors to grade the assignments. Prior to starting the assignment, it is advised that students check the rubric to become familiar with the requirements and what is expected of them in order to successfully complete the task.
• For their writing projects, doctoral students must adhere to the APA style manual. The Student Success Center houses the APA Style Guide.
• This assignment calls for the use of at least two more scholarly sources on the subject, with at least one in-text citation from each source.
• Turnitin is not necessary to receive this assignment from you.
Directions:
Find one state law and one federal statute that, in addition to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), health care organizations are currently required to follow but that appear to conflict with one another.
Prepare a presentation with 10 to 12 slides, each containing speaker notes. Citations and references must be formatted according to APA guidelines. The reference slide or slides are in addition to the number of slides already stated. The speech ought to accomplish the following:
1. List each state and federal statute that is being addressed.
2. Describe the key elements of each law.
3. Describe how each law has affected the standard of patient care currently and potentially.
4. List each law’s actual and anticipated impacts on the capability of healthcare organizations covered by the law.
5. Summarize each law’s existing and anticipated impact on organizational sustainability.
6. List any moral dilemmas that might result from abiding by each piece of legislation.

Federal vs. State Laws
1 unacceptably
0.00% 2: Not Quite Satisfactory
74.00% 3 Acceptable
4 Good 79.00% 5 Excellent 87.00%
100.00%
85.0%Content
15.0% Identification of Laws and Major Provisions’ Outlines The slides identifying the laws and outlining the key clauses of the legislation under discussion are either absent or the reader does not clearly see them. Although the slides identifying the laws and outlining their key provisions are available, the legal material is either lacking or incorrect. The speaker’s notes are insufficient or mistaken. The laws are identified on the slides, and the essential aspects of the laws are summarized; however, the speaker notes and outlines are not sufficiently detailed. The supporting research is out of date. The statutes being discussed are listed on the slides, along with descriptions of their key components. The speaker notes are meaningfully detailed, and the outlines contain all required components. The speaker notes and outlines are moderately well supported, while some of the sources are out of date. The statutes being discussed are listed on the slides, along with descriptions of their key components. The speaker notes contain substantial and extensive detail, and the outlines contain all essential components. The speaker notes and outlines are ably supported by recent and/or groundbreaking research.
15.0% Effects of Each Law Currently and Potentially on the Standard of Patient Care The reader is either missing or does not clearly see the slides describing the current and possible effects of each statute on the standard of patient care. Although there are slides describing the existing and potential impacts of each regulation on the standard of patient care, they are usually erroneous or inadequate. The speaker’s notes are insufficient or mistaken. Although the slides describing the existing and possible impacts of each regulation on the standard of patient care are available, the speaker notes are not sufficiently detailed. The supporting research is out of date. The slides with detailed speaker notes describing the actual and potential impacts of each statute on the standard of patient care are available. Although some of the sources cited in the list and speaker notes are out of date, they are relatively well supported. The slides, which include complete and well-detailed speaker notes, show the existing and potential impacts of each regulation on the standard of patient care. The speaker’s remarks and list are ably supported by recent and/or groundbreaking research.
15.0% Effects of Each Law Currently and Potentially on the Efficiency of Health Care Organizations Under the Law The reader may not be able to see the slides describing the actual and anticipated consequences of each law on the efficiency of healthcare organizations covered by the law. The slides outlining each statute’s current and potential impact on the efficiency of healthcare organizations covered by the law are there; however, they may be unreliable or inaccurate. The speaker’s notes are insufficient or mistaken. The speaker notes don’t provide enough information to adequately describe the slides identifying the existing and potential effects of each statute on the effectiveness of healthcare organizations covered by the law. The supporting research is out of date. The slides with detailed speaker notes detailing the existing and anticipated implications of each law on the efficiency of healthcare organizations covered by the law are available. Although some of the sources cited in the list and speaker notes are out of date, they are relatively well supported. The slides with existing and possible speaker notes highlighting each law’s impact on the efficiency of healthcare organizations covered by the law are available. The speaker’s remarks and list are ably supported by recent and/or groundbreaking research.
Effects of Each Law on Organizational Sustainability, Current and Future The reader can’t see the slides that show the existing and projected effects of each law on organizational sustainability. The slides outlining each law’s current and potential effects on organizational sustainability are there; however, they may be erroneous or incomplete. The speaker’s notes are insufficient or mistaken. The speaker notes for the presentation do not provide enough information to adequately describe the slides identifying the existing and anticipated effects of each regulation on organizational sustainability. The supporting research is out of date. The slides with detailed speaker notes describing the existing and potential effects of each law on organizational sustainability are available. Although some of the sources cited in the list and speaker notes are out of date, they are relatively well supported. The slides, which include full and well-detailed speaker notes, show the existing and potential consequences of each regulation on organizational sustainability. The speaker’s remarks and list are ably supported by recent and/or groundbreaking research.
15.0% Potential Ethical Problems Associated With Adherence to Each Law The slides outlining the moral dilemmas that could result from abiding by each piece of legislation are either absent or are not clear to the reader. The slides outlining the moral dilemmas that might result from abiding by each piece of legislation are available, although they may be erroneous or incomplete. The speaker’s notes are insufficient or mistaken. Although the slides detailing the ethical dilemmas that can result from abiding by each rule are available, the speaker notes are not sufficiently detailed. The supporting research is out of date. The slides with detailed speaker notes that identify the ethical dilemmas that could result from following each law are available. Although some of the sources cited in the list and speaker notes are out of date, they are relatively well supported. There are the necessary slides with comprehensive speaker notes that outline the ethical dilemmas that could result from following each law. The speaker’s remarks and list are ably supported by recent and/or groundbreaking research.
Synthesis and Argument: 10% There is no evidence of source information synthesis. The statement of purpose is not followed through to a convincing result. The conclusion refutes the assertion made. Argument employs unreliable sources and is illogical. An attempt is made to synthesize the knowledge from the sources, but it fails. The basis for the allegations is insufficient. The argument is not consistently cohesive. The logic is obviously flawed. Some sources’ veracity is under question. A pedantic synthesis of the knowledge from the sources is included. Although organized, an argument could have some inconsistencies. The reasoning only partially supports the statements it makes. The argument supports the goal intellectually but not completely. Credible sources have been utilized. The thesis is framed by the introduction and conclusion. Source information has been synthesized and is useful. Arguments follow logical steps. Argumentation strategies are clear. From the introduction to the conclusion, the claims are presented in a logical order. The majority of sources are reliable. Scholarly information has been synthesized from several sources. The argument is convincing and well-presented, making a strong case in a standout way. All information is reliable. The paper’s synthesis and argument are of the level to be published.
5.0% Efficiency and Organization
5.0% Mechanics of Writing (including spelling, punctuation, grammar, and language use) in Speaker Notes Mechanical mistakes are so common that they make it difficult to convey meaning. Word choice and/or sentence structure are inappropriate. The reader becomes distracted by frequent and repetitive mechanical faults. There are inconsistencies in the word choice, phrase construction, and/or linguistic choice (register). Although there are some grammatical or typographical problems, they don’t seriously distract the reader. It uses proper grammar and wording that is suitable for the target audience. There may be a few mechanical faults in prose, but they are uncommon. There are several phrase patterns and clever figures of speech used. The writer certainly has knowledge of academic English that is used in writing.
10.0%Format
Presentation mechanics, 5.0% The writing lacks organization and neatness and does not include all the necessary components. The work is not tidy and has a few minor errors or missing parts. There are some important components lacking, giving the appearance a generic feel. The delivery is strong. While there are a few minor faults or missing components, the overall appearance is mostly clean. The work is nicely laid out and has everything needed. The appearance is tidy and expert overall.
5% in APA Format Rarely is the necessary format followed correctly. There are not enough topic-related scholarly research sources and associated in-text citations. There is no reference page provided. No references are made. The necessary format is attempted; however, several components are either incorrect or absent. There is a clear lack of formatting control. Some of the sources used do not pertain to the topic or to scholarly research. A reference page is available. Citations are applied erratically. The required format is employed appropriately, although there may be a few little mistakes. Scholarly research sources are present and pertinent to the topic; however, some references’ provenance and caliber raise red flags. There is a reference page with a list of the sources utilized. Sources are properly cited, but there could be some mistakes. The entire required format is used. There are hardly any formatting or style errors. The majority of the sources are from scholarly research, which is topic-related and sourced from reliable experts. There is a reference page that contains every cited source. Both the documentation and the citation style are typically adequate. The text is formatted correctly and follows publication guidelines. All of the research that is presented is academic, topical, and derived from reputable, expert, authentic sources. There is a reference page and the necessary in-text citations. There are no mistakes in the mentioned sources’ documentation. The paper has a good chance of being published.
Total Weightage of 100%

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