Health Care and the Legislative Process Essay by Master Researcher

Health Care and the Legislative Process
A discussion regarding the health care sector in North America and legislation that directly effects it.
# 86437 | 675 words | 3 sources | 2005 | US

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This paper discusses the American Nurses Association, the Democratic National Committee, and the Republican National Committee in relation to the organizational legislation that affects American health care and nursing.

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"The American Nurses Association, (ANA) serves the nursing community by addressing issues that are directly related to the nursing profession and by seeking a better health care environment for all citizens requiring health care services in the United States. In order to ensure that these issues are brought to the forefront of American politician's agendas the ANA works through lobbyists, through "grassroots organizations", and within political arenas to have their concerns heard ("Federal", 2005). Current legislative action that the ANA is involved in includes The Rural and Urban Health Care Act of 2001, The House Action on Parent's Rights, the emerging shortage of nurses in the United States, public health, and nurse education and practice ("Federal", 2005). The ANA cites two former nurses in the United States Congress that ensure the role of nurses within healthcare continues to be addressed."

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