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Photo credit   In 2020, U.S. The Department of Health and Human Services declared a Public Health Emergency due to COVID-19 pandemic that continued to ravage across the country, with cases rising up there was a need to further expedite the healthcare needs in all aspects. With the National Emergency declaration, there were a lot of conditions under the Social Security Act that were yielded temporarily such as punishment for...
Two years after the outburst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States health care system and its workers took a very big toll and have forced our medical workers to their breaking point, including the patients. As of today,  Americans are in medical debt of atleast $140 million, more or less. The Bureau of Labor and Statistics estimates that nearly half a million healthcare workers have quit their jobs since February of 2020. While...
The public health policy in America aims to lessen the burden of its citizens on the costs they need to pay for care and also their access to care and the quality of care they receive which influenced their overall health.  These policies create and implement laws, rules, and regulations for managing the nation's healthcare system. In 2010, the AFFORDABLE CARE ACT was signed by President Barack Obama to help expand health insurance...