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MHA 630 Week 1 DQ 1 Tools for Access and Disparities

MHA 630 Week 2 DQ 1 Technology for Care

MHA 630 Week 2 Assignment Health Promotion (2 Papers)

MHA 630 Week 3 DQ 1 Podcasts

MHA 630 Week 3 Assignment Podcasts (2 Papers)

MHA 630 Week 3 Assignment Country Choice for the Final Paper (China)

MHA 630 Week 3 Assignment Country Choice for the Final Paper (Australia)


MHA 630 Week 4 DQ 1 Human Body Systems Relationships

MHA 630 Week 4 DQ 2 Historical Context and Quality

MHA 630 Week 5 DQ 1 Nigeria Health Care System

MHA 630 Week 5 DQ 2 Ghana Health Care System

MHA 630 Week 6 DQ 1 Political Instability-Challenges and Opportunities

MHA 630 Week 6 DQ 2 International Healthcare Systems and Mortality Rates

MHA 630 Week 6 Final Paper (China)

MHA 630 Week 6 Final Paper (Australia)

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MHA 630 Week 1 DQ 1 Tools for Access and Disparities

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Tools for Access and Disparities. Reflect on the The State of Global Health video and your chapter readings. What is the difference between developed and developing countries? What do you believe are the major barriers to access? Is the eight factor model a tool that should be implemented worldwide?

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MHA 630 Week 2 Assignment Health Promotion (2 Papers)

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Health Promotion. You have recently been assigned Health Promotion as a new priority for the upcoming year. Review the C-Span Health Promotion video and determine how you can use this information to promote health within your community. Explain the importance of health promotion and the impact on the nation and the world. How much should the government play a role in our health? How much should the individual take control of his or her own health? Would it be a more effective strategy to invest in preventive healthcare rather than treating sickness and disease? Provide an argument for and against health promotion.

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MHA 630 Week 2 DQ 1 Technology for Care

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Technology for Care. Review the use of technology in the United States and Canada and how its use or limitations impact patient care.

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MHA 630 Week 3 Assignment Country Choice for the Final Paper (Australia)

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Country Choice for the Final Paper. Review the Final Paper criteria in Week Six of the course. Choose a country not covered in this course for your Final Paper. Make sure you choose one that has enough information to assess. In 200-300 words, describe the country you have chosen and list at least three sources that you will be able to use to extract the information necessary for the Final Paper.


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MHA 630 Week 3 Assignment Country Choice for the Final Paper(China)

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Country Choice for the Final Paper. Review the Final Paper criteria in Week Six of the course. Choose a country not covered in this course for your Final Paper. Make sure you choose one that has enough information to assess. In 200-300 words, describe the country you have chosen and list at least three sources that you will be able to use to extract the information necessary for the Final Paper.

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MHA 630 Week 3 Assignment Podcasts (2 Papers)

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Podcasts. Search credible websites for a podcast on a specific health problem in an assigned country. In 300-400 words, describe your thought provoking reaction to the podcast you posted after viewing it. What information did you glean that was not covered in the text or other course resources? What is the impact on the population because of this health problem? Were you aware of this health problem prior to reviewing the podcast? Are health problems such as this addressed by the World Health Organization? The paper should be formatted according to APA including a title page, citations, and a reference page

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MHA 630 Week 3 DQ 1 Podcasts

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Podcasts. Provide the link for other classmates to review and respond to the podcast you chose in Assignment 1. Provide three thought-provoking takeaways from the podcast. Think about how this country compares to our country. Respond to at least two of your classmates’ posts.

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MHA 630 Week 4 DQ 1 Human Body Systems Relationships

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Human Body Systems Relationships. How do international economic policies impact on the ability of countries like France and Italy to ensure universal coverage for healthcare services?

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MHA 630 Week 4 DQ 2 Historical Context and Quality

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Historical Context and Quality. When looking at the historical context of the French and Italian health system, what financial challenges does the program have to ensure quality and equity of care provided to residents?

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MHA 630 Week 5 DQ 1 Nigeria Health Care System

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Nigeria: Health Care System. Nigeria gained independence from the United Kingdom on October 1, 1960. It is comprised of 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. Nigeria is home to approximately 380 different ethnic groups with 42 percent of the population residing in urban areas. Like the Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria experienced a period of civil unrest immediately following its independence. Health Care System The public health care system in Nigeria is loosely based on the British system. Shortly after its independence, the Nigerian government began to expand health services and the way in which it is organized: village level, district level, and local government. The National Health Policy and Strategy to Achieve Health for All Nigerians (1988) guaranteed primary health services to all Nigerians. The following goals were established: ¡

Increase health education

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Promote proper nutrition


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Family planning

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Improve maternal and child health services

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Increase immunization

· Implement prevention programs and control of endemic/epidemic diseases ·

Accessible treatment for common diseases and injuries

The Nigerian government has not been able to implement the majority of goals outlined in the National Health Policy of 1988 due to lack of financial resources. The government administers the public health care system and trains medical personnel to serve in tertiary and health clinics operating on the state level. Local governments are responsible for the operation of health facilities within their region.

St. Monica’s Health Clinic St. Monica’s Health Clinic is located in Yakoko, Northern Nigeria. The clinical leader of St. Monica discusses the objectives of the clinic and the importance of the clinic within the community. Note the emphasis on maternal child health in the video. What are the implications of the clinic potentially losing its funding? Epidemiology The leading causes of mortality in Nigeria are infectious, parasitic, and diarrheal diseases. Although diseases such as malaria, measles, and diarrhea continue to account for the majority of deaths, other infectious


diseases, like cerebrospinal meningitis, yellow fever, and Lassa fever, have steadily increased (Federal Ministry of Health, 2000). Noncommunicable diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer have become more prevalent within the last decade. HIV/AIDS remains the leading cause of death in Nigeria.

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MHA 630 Week 5 DQ 2 Ghana Health Care System

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Ghana: Health Care System. In March 1957 the Republic of Ghana was the first African country to achieve its independence from the United Kingdom. The first president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, commissioned health care facilities to care for indigenous people of Ghana. The health system was fully funded by state revenue; however, the lack of accessible health facilities in rural areas led to poor health outcomes (increase in communicable and non-communicable diseases, high infant


and child mortality rates, etc.). The health system eventually experienced a budget crisis and, consequently, moved towards a cash system in which the patient pays for care and medication. Health Care System There are four main categories of health delivery systems in Ghana: public, private for-profit, private not-for- profit, and traditional systems. There has been a mandate since 1995 to integrate traditional and mainstream medicine. The health care system in Ghana is divided into three administrative levels: national, regional, and district levels. Additionally, there are several funding sources for the health system in place, however, it is grossly inadequate for achieving the goal of providing access to even basic health care for citizens throughout the country. Watch the video, Dying patients in Search of Basic Healthcare in Ghana that reveals the constraints and challenges in delivering health care in Ghana

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MHA 630 Week 6 DQ 1 Political Instability-Challenges and Opportunities


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Political Instability-Challenges and Opportunities. In general, what is the impact of political and social instability on non-government organizations?

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MHA 630 Week 6 DQ 2 International Healthcare Systems and Mortality Rates

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International Healthcare Systems and Mortality Rates. How is the transition from communicable to noncommunicable diseases a major


cause of morbidity and mortality impacting the sustainability of healthcare systems in developing countries?

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MHA 630 Week 6 Final Paper (Australia)

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Final Paper. Choose a country not covered in this course and analyze its health system in terms of cost, quality, and access to care. Discuss how the country you chose is different from the United States. Politics, culture, wealth, history and environmental factors influence the development and distribution of health services. Your analysis should speak to the following elements: ·

Impact on vulnerable population (elderly, children, mental ill, etc)

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Women’s health and maternal child health


· Disease management of communicable and non-communicable diseases ·

The theory and practice of health promotion

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Behavioral and lifestyle factors that affect health and illness

Include appropriate comparison and contrasts with the health systems of countries that were covered in this course.

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MHA 630 Week 6 Final Paper (China)

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Final Paper. Choose a country not covered in this course and analyze its health system in terms of cost, quality, and access to care. Discuss how the country you chose is different from the United States. Politics, culture, wealth, history and environmental factors influence the


development and distribution of health services. Your analysis should speak to the following elements: ·

Impact on vulnerable population (elderly, children, mental ill, etc)

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Women’s health and maternal child health

· Disease management of communicable and non-communicable diseases ·

The theory and practice of health promotion

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Behavioral and lifestyle factors that affect health and illness

Include appropriate comparison and contrasts with the health systems of countries that were covered in this course. 4

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MHA 630 Week 1 DQ 1 Tools for Access and Disparities MHA 630 Week 2 DQ 1 Technology for Care MHA 630 Week 2 Assignment Health Promotion...

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MHA 630 Week 1 DQ 1 Tools for Access and Disparities MHA 630 Week 2 DQ 1 Technology for Care MHA 630 Week 2 Assignment Health Promotion...

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