What is the difference between presidential, congressional, and state roles in health care public policy debate, establishment, and implementation?What is the difference between presidential,...

What is the difference between presidential, congressional, and state roles in health care public policy debate, establishment, and implementation?

What is the difference between presidential, congressional, and state roles in health care public policy debate, establishment, and implementation?

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Jessica Pope | College Teacher | (Level 1) Educator

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The presidential role in health care policy debate, establishment, and implementation is to represent an executive vision for the future of health care and to solicit congress to articulate that vision through legislation. The congressional role in this process is to assess the presidential vision, and then either endorse it or reject it through the passing of legislation and through budget allocations. The state role in this process is to implement health care changes at the sate level through budgetary changes and the appropriate allocation of human resources.

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