Health Administration Press Healthcare Reform Resources
Incorporate these healthcare reform resources into your lectures.
Resources from Health Administration Press
Resources related to healthcare reform have been added to the instructor resources for the titles listed.
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Louis C. Gapenski, PhD, and George H. Pink, PhD
Understanding Healthcare Financial Management, Sixth Edition
Online student resources include a healthcare reform primer that explains how reform legislation affects healthcare financial management.
These resources are open access:
Dean M. Harris, JD
Contemporary Issues in Healthcare Law and Ethics, Third Edition
An online student resource includes explanations of the new law’s provisions, provides relevant links and relates healthcare reform implications to the applicable chapters in the text. It is open access: http://www.ache.org/pubs/hap_companion/book.cfm?pc=2093. The instructor’s resource includes PowerPoint slides.
Robert H. Lee, PhD
Economics for Healthcare Managers, Second Edition
New case studies and links to additional resources.
Beaufort B. Longest, Jr., PhD, FACHE
Health Policymaking in the United States, Fifth Edition
Additions to the instructor resources include links to additional readings and an overview of healthcare reform.
Michael A. Morrisey, PhD
New resources include teaching tips and PowerPoint slides which describe the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and related amendments.
Thomas Rice, PhD, and Lynn Unruh, PhD, RN
The Economics of Health Reconsidered, Third Edition
New PowerPoint slides which provide an overview of healthcare reform and then relates reform implications to applicable chapters in the text.
General Information Spotlight
The Kaiser Family Foundation Health Reform Source
This online gateway provides easy access to new and comprehensive resources on the health reform law.
- Implementation Timeline
This timeline provides an overview of the implementation dates for the major provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. It includes requirements for insurance providers, employers, and individuals; changes to Medicare and Medicaid benefits; effects on taxes; and other relevant information.
- Summary of the Law
This plain-English summary of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act outlines the provisions of the law, concentrating on expansion of coverage, healthcare cost controls, and delivery improvements.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Reform GPS
Health Reform GPS is dedicated to analyzing and explaining the implementation of federal health reform. The GPS is a joint project of the Hirsh Health Law and Policy Program of the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
- Implementation Briefs
This site offers topical information that includes the background, related implications of the law, and an implementation guide.
Health Reform in Action/The White House
This official government site provides information about the plan and its progress and the guiding principles of healthcare reform.
This new web portal launched by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services features tools and applications that help consumers easily find information on health insurance options and understand the law.
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