Annotated Bibliography on the Health Care Act of 2010

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The annotated bibliography seeks to describe sources that are relevant to the health care act that was passed into law in the year 2010. The sources selected focus on the statistical impact and how the bill affects the lower class majority in the United States of America. The proposed paper will be focused on this class since it is the most affected by this bill.
Gamble V N. (1997). Under the shadow of Tuskegee: African Americans and health care. American Journal of Public Health, 1773-1778.
The journal is very relevant to the paper it gives detailed statistics on the African American health care related figures. These figures are significant in comparison to the present in order to give an informed discussion weather the bill benefits the community under discussion in the journal at the present.
Steffie Woolhandler et al. (2003). Costs of Health Care Administration in the United States and Canada. The New England Journal of Medicine, 768-775.
The journal is very relevant to the paper as it presents crucial statistics that give a statistical overview of the health care status of the country in comparison to Canada. Steffie Woolhandler and his team are scholars who have excelled in the field of medicine and the journal is one of the credible sources in the paper.
Acton, A. (2013). Issues in Ethnicity and Health Research: 2013 Edition. Atlanta: Scholarly Editions.
The author of the book has a PhD in the field of Ethno biology and specializes in Ethno medicine. The book gives comprehensive information on the distribution of stereotype related issues in relation to different ethnicity in the United States of America. The information in the book is very relevant to the paper as it helps in the development of the reception of the health care act by the public especially.
America, O. h. (2010). Patent No. H. R. 3590. United States of America.
This patent protects the act proceedings in one hundred, and eleventh congress session of the United States of America held on 5th January, 2011. The patent describes the proceedings that took place that day the act was enacted into law. This article is relevant as it documents all that is pertained in the health care act. The author has experience in the sector and analyses the insurance health care statistics on health care with the minority groups at center stage in the country. This analysis are very relevant in the paper as they help determine whether the bill enacted in the year 2010 covered all the areas that were advocated by the minority in the country.
Blumenthal, D. (2009). Stimulating the Adoption of Health Information Technology. The New England Journal of Medicine, 1477-1479.
The authors of the journal are competent scholars and have vast experience in the field of medicine. The journal is not so relevant to the paper but, it gives an insight on the use of technology in medicine that the new act inculcated into law.
Kauffman and Associates, Inc. (2011). Health Care Reforms: Tracking Tribal, Federal, and State Implementation. California: Health Policy and Research.
The report is very relevant and essential in this paper. It gives the impact of the reforms in the health care sector and analyzes the data collected from different centers in the Alaska on the native Indians. The impact of the reforms helps in the development of the paper in relation to the health care bill. There is statistical evidence on the impact of the reforms that are very reliable as they have been vetted and prepared by professionals in the field, and the source of the data is the government.
Maryland Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities (MHHD). (2013). Minority Health Month April 2013: Health Care Reform and You. Maryland: Maryland Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities.
The report is not very relevant to the paper as it focuses on the benefits of the health care reforms on the minority in a single given state. However, it is essential in getting some of the benefits of the health care reforms among the minority in United States of America.
Melinda Beeuwkes et al. (2011). The Benefits of Health Information Technology: A Review of the Recent Literature Shows Predominantly Positive Results. Health Affairs, 464-471.
This journal is very relevant to the paper. The author discusses the positive impact the health care act of 2010 on the population of America. This is essential when comparing the negative impact of the health care act to the positive impact in order to reach an informed conclusion.
Russell, L. (2009). Equal Health Care for All. Washington: Center for American Progress.
The report is very relevant to the paper as it gives the statistics of the year 2009 on the economic expenditure of the people on health. The statistics in the report is on the Spanish American population in the country.
Sidel, B. S. (2013). Social Injustice and Public Health. London: Oxford University Press.
The book is up to date and has all the information required to ensure that the paper is up to date and is done in high standards. The book is evidence based resource and very relevant to the paper. Different experts have contributed in the book on matters pertaining public health, and the health act has been discussed in detail in the book
Bibliography
Gamble V N. (1997). Under the shadow of Tuskegee: African Americans and health care. American Journal of Public Health , 1773-1778.
Steffie Woolhandler et al.,. (2003). Costs of Health Care Administration in the United States and Canada. The New England Journal of Medicine , 768-775.
Acton, A. (2013). Issues in Ethnicity and Health Research: 2013 Edition. Atlanta: ScholarlyEditions.
America, O. h. (2010). Patent No. H. R. 3590. United States of America.
Blumenthal, D. (2009). Stimulating the Adoption of Health Information Technology. The New England Journal of Medicine , 1477-1479.
Kauffman and Associates, Inc. (2011). Health Care Reforms: Tracking Tribal, Federal, and State Implementatation . California: Health Policy and Reserch.
Maryland Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities (MHHD). (2013). Minority Health Month April 2013: Health Care Reform and You. Marryland: Maryland Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities.
Melinda Beeuwkes et al. (2011). The Benefits Of Health Information Technology: A Review Of The Recent Literature Shows Predominantly Positive Results. Health Afairs , 464-471 .
Russell, L. (2009). Equal Health Care for All. Washington: Center for American Progress.
Sidel, B. S. (2013). Social Injustice and Public Health. London: Oxford University Press.

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