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Using the EPA Guidelines.

HAPP 411, Healthcare Regulation and Quality Improvement
Health Regulation Policy Analysis Paper

The goal of the health regulation term paper is to develop an understanding of the process of

regulatory action and implementation related to health care in the United States. Students will gain

an understanding of regulatory agencies, rulemaking and implementation, stakeholders, and other

concepts. Students will also develop writing skills through a process of drafts and revisions that will

strengthen their ability to understand and communicate regulatory information to a lay audience.

All writing assignments must be submitted electronically via SafeAssign on the due date. Papers

with high SafeAssign content (more than 25%) may be subject to grade reduction for lack of

originality.

Agency: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Carbon Pollution Emission Guidelines for Existing Stationary Sources: Electric Utility Generating

Units (RIN: 2060-AR33)

Structure:
Formatting of your paper must use American Psychological Association (APA) guidelines.
Here is a resource you may use: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/.
Papers are to be 8-12 pages of double-spaced type, not including cover page, graphs and
charts, and bibliography. Any non-text items (graphs, charts, etc) should be created by the
student and included in an appendix.
Margins – 1 inch on all sides
The paper should follow conventional structure for academic writing. Include an Introduction,
Body, and Conclusion. The body of the paper should include subheadings that either
adheres to the following outline, or subheadings of the students own choosing that included
the information in the outline. The conclusion should restate the main points and tie together
all the concepts presented in the body of the paper. Recommendations may be presented if
appropriate.
Papers should reference a minimum of 8 sources. If you use a source and list it in your
references you must include citations in the paper for that source.

Term Paper Content
There should be a logical flow to the content of the paper. Papers should include:

Introduction
Introductions also include a thesis statement or research questions that the paper will
address. Make sure the introduction introduces the regulation, not simply the topic.

Body

The following sections should be included with properly formatted subheaders. Students may add

additional subheadings if they feel it improves organization.

+Background

Define any terms. Answer the questions Who, What, When, Where, How, and Why
+Need

Discuss the potential market failure implications that you feel made this problem amenable to
be addressed through regulation.

+Alternatives

Are there any free market alternatives that have tried to or could address the issue?
+Stakeholders

those who benefit and those who are impacted ‘negatively’. Consider the impact on the
business of health care and/or other agencies potentially impacted by the regulation

+Cost

Cost can be financial or non-financial. Consider costs disclosed in the regulation, but also
those that are not directly incurred by the government (research, paperwork, training,
preparation, etc based costs)
Non-financial costs may be time, societal, opportunity, or other indirectly experienced costs)

+Impact and Effectiveness

This must be supported by researched evidence to support your position.
Conclusion

What conclusions can be drawn from this research?
+Reflection

What are your personal opinions on the topic after doing your research? What did you learn?
How did you feel the writing process worked for you? What would you have done differently
knowing what you know now?

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