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HMGT 310 6383 Health Care Policies
Assignment  1 Topic Selection
There are several ways to upload or input your Assignment #1 Topic, due this coming Saturday:
1. Click on the Assignments tab > scroll to the assignment topic selection> Assignment #1 Topic Selection.  Upload a file with your topic or enter the topic in the comment box — just above the submit button.  AKA you don’t have to submit a file for this assignment.
2. Click on Content on the top banner, click on Week 1 on the left side, then scroll down to Assignment 1 Topic Selection, click it, then upload a file with your topic, or enter the information in the comment box — just above the submit button, as I note above.
Please choose from one of the following. Note that a maximum of five students may choose the same topic. Unless the professor reaches out to you directly, your chosen topic is approved.
Tobacco dependency threatens the health of many Americans and it poses a preventable burden to the health care system.
It is not unusual for patients in US hospitals to acquire preventable diseases, infections and conditions during their stay in the hospital.
A growing pool of patients is unable to read and write in the English language. Language is a barrier to effective care delivery as well as patient compliance.
Elderly and disabled patients with multiple medications are at risk of medication interactions and potential drug safety concerns.
Veterans may suffer from service-related injuries. Both physical and mental health are concerns for the Veteran’s Administration (VA).
Not all medical devices are constructed safely. Patients and providers must rely on their safety.
Health care providers are scarce in certain low-income and rural under-served areas in the US, including Native American territories.
Disadvantaged patients may seek care in emergency rooms because they have nowhere else to receive services.
Disadvantaged children often do not have health insurance and do not receive the preventive care (such as vaccines and well-baby check-ups) that can help avoid long-term health problems.

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