This is a graduate level paper and the topic is Insurance exchanges. I did wrote like a paragraph of the paper for approval check the attached files. You need to continue from there please. My last paper was considered as plagiarism and it was written by a tutor please be careful with the citations.?
The research paper should be a topic related to some type of financial situation at your facility. I would like to see that you have identified an issue at your facility and use research to find possible solutions, from a financial perspective. I do realize that clinical information/changes will have to be used as well but put much of the focus on the financial aspects of the situation.
For example, if you found out that the case mix index was low what could be contributing factors and how does this affect the finances of the facility? This should go from the identification of the issue to the solution including outcomes.
If you do not work at a healthcare facility now then you may “make up a scenario.”
It is important that the paper/project contain actual practical information on a financial situation with before and after calculations/budget reports.
I am looking for conceptual thinking and a well thought out research paper/project more than a paper that quotes 20 research articles with no application to a real financial scenario.
The paper should be around 9-10 pages in length (body of the paper). Format information is available in the “quick reference book” Hacker, Diane. A Pocket Style Manual: Boston/NY:2000, pp 23.
Asiya Mujtaba Ahmed
The insurance industry is turning into a consumer-oriented industry,
due to the effects of insurance exchange. They are forcing payer organizations to learn how to sell to the new consumer audience. ?For
many consumers, the exchanges give them an opportunity to have
health insurance for the first time.? However, exchange patients were
still not seen by many healthcare organizations in the large numbers
?We did not expect much of an impact,? said Baldosaro. ?We really didn?t
think that for people that did go on the exchange plan that they?d get much bene?
fit from it because of the large deductibles. It would take them multiple trips to our
facility before insurance would kick in, so there really was no difference.?
It?s a similar tale at Schneck Medical Center, according to Ridlen. ?Last year, in
our local market, we didn?t see a large number of exchange plans being offered,?
she said. But that may change in 2015, as many small employers decide to no
longer provide insurance coverage. The hospital is keeping watch in that likeli?
hood, since it is not receiving the same reimbursement rate as with its other
managed care contracts.? (David Weldon)
Weldon, D. (2014, December 30). 4 hot healthcare topics for 2015: Tech, M&A,
health exchanges, reimbursement. Retrieved March 20, 2016, from