National health policy influence on Medicare home healthHome health care services quarterly
NLM Title AbbreviationHome Health Care Serv Q
AbstractNational health policy regulates the delivery of Medicare home health services. These services have grown exponentially over the past several years. Current challenges to service delivery revolve around attempts to contain costs while ensuring quality of and access to care. To meet these challenges, providers must be aware of the societal and ideological influences on national health policies that impact service delivery. This article uses Wong's model of the progression of health care reform to address past health policy influences on Medicare home health delivery, investigate recent sociological trends for relevance to health policy, and propose changes based on current ideology.
- Budgets/legislation & jurisprudence,
- Cost Control,
- Health Care Costs/trends,
- Health Care Reform,
- Health Policy/legislation & jurisprudence,
- Health Services Accessibility/economics/legislation & jurisprudence,
- Home Care Services/economics/legislation & jurisprudence/standards,
- Medicare/legislation & jurisprudence,
- Quality of Health Care,
- United States
Published Article/Book CitationHome health care services quarterly, 17:3 (1998) pp.1-15.
Citation InformationVirginia M. Conley and M. K. Walker. "National health policy influence on Medicare home health" Home health care services quarterly Vol. 17 Iss. 3 (1998) p. 1 - 15 ISSN: 0162-1424
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/virginia_conley/8/