Executive Summary :How public policy, specifically health care policy affects the social inequalit
Although there have been many laws, rules and regulations that have been passed and implemented that cater to the needs of the people or citizens about fair or equal rights in accessing different medical and health services. How public policy, specifically health care policy affects the social inequality is a study that shows the history, the past and the current condition of the health care policies and how it can affect or impact the issue about the social inequality.
Social inequality in accessing different types of medical or health services was written because the author believes that there are still many cases or factors that proves that the current laws and health care policies are not enough in order to handle and manage the different needs of different categories of people in terms of social status.
Health care policies and laws can affect the inequality of social status because; it can help to improve the health standards that are implemented or practiced in different medical establishments and organizations that are offering public health services.
It also shows that if there are still cases of social inequalities in the USA in terms of health care services; there are big and more chances for those citizens of small, poor and developing countries to encounter the said dilemma. It shows that there are many things and processes that should be done in order to make a law or policy that will cater to the health care needs of different people of different social status in equal way.
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