One component of the workforce development system focuses on helping people identify and apply for jobs.
Respect for patients’ autonomy and the right to self-determination are essential features of a high-quality health system.
A well-educated and highly skilled workforce is essential to achieving universal and equitable access to health care.
Licensing: Oversight by licensing boards ensures compliance with professional standards.
In addition to setting standards with respect to the minimum wage, overtime, and other factors affecting worker pay, the federal government also sets standards for workplace health and safety.
Two types of Medicaid coverage are available for Medicare beneficiaries with low incomes:
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State plan amendments (SPAs): A state plan is a contract between a state and the f
Several provisions in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) address the health care infrastructure and the continued viability of safety-net providers
A chronic condition or illness is one that is likely to last more than one year, requires ongoing medical attention, and can limit a person’s daily activit
The benefits of computerized data systems that facilitate access to personal health information are clear.