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Develop a 12-slide PowerPoint presentation in which you trace the evolution of the U.S. hospital industry by comparing and contrasting hospital care in the 1800s, the 1960s, and today.
In this course, you will analyze the historical events that brought about the U.S. health care system as it is today. You will demonstrate your understanding of the evolution in medical education, the development of health regulation, and the evolution of malpractice and quality standards.
For this assessment, you will analyze the historical events that helped to shape health care as it is currently practiced, including the many areas that are in continual change today. It is a perfect time to study the past; we are currently in another eventful time in health care, with many changes occurring that will help create yet another layer of historical events.
Demonstrating a firm understanding of the evolution of the hospital and health care industries is a fundamental component to understanding the current system. Without knowledge of the past and how it created the present, we cannot begin to understand the current changing environment. Much has changed in the level of care we are provided due to the increased level of provider education and the advent of insurance and payment systems.
With this in mind, you will analyze the evolution of hospitals and the health care industry, and the development of government payment systems like Medicare and Medicaid, along with the development of private insurance.
Demonstration of Proficiency
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the course competencies through the following assessment scoring guide criteria:
· Competency 1: Analyze trends in the U.S. health care system from a historical perspective.
. Compare and contrast the hospital environments of the 1800s, 1960s, and today.
. Compare and contrast the staff education level and the level of care provided in hospitals of the 1800s, 1960s, and today.
. Compare and contrast the systems of pay in the hospitals of the 1800s, 1960s, and today.
. Draw conclusions about how the hospital industry has evolved from the 1800s, to the 1960s, to today.
· Competency 4: Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and respectful of the diversity, dignity, and integrity of others.
. Produce a presentation that conveys understanding of the topic, its context, and its relevance.
. Use academic writing conventions such as APA formatting and citation style, or others as required.
. Produce writing that includes minimal grammar, usage, and mechanical errors, including spelling.
For this assessment, you will develop a PowerPoint presentation in which you trace the evolution of the U.S. hospital industry by comparing and contrasting hospital care in the 1800s, the 1960s, and today.
Imagine you are a patient with a serious illness in a hospital in the 1800s, in the 1960s, and today. Describe the process and type of care you would receive during these time periods.
Examine the following:
· The hospital environment.
· Who the care providers are, their level of education, and the level of care provided.
· How you might pay for your care.
· Some thoughts on how things were better or worse in these categories in each of the different time frames.
You might want to (but do not have to) organize your presentation using the following outline:
· Slide 1: Title of the Presentation.
· Slide 2: Brief explanation of the purpose of the presentation.
· Slides 3–6: The Hospital Environment.
· Slides 6–9: The Care Providers and Level of Care.
· Slides 10–12: Paying for Your Care.
· Slide 13–14: Conclusions.
Presentation Requirements
Your presentation should consist of:
· A minimum of 12 bulleted slides.
· Speaker notes that fully explain each slide.
· A minimum of three references.
· Appropriate APA citations and peer-reviewed references on each slide, as necessary.
General Guidelines for PowerPoint
· Keep the design simple.
· Font: Arial or Verdana, size 24-point, minimum.
· Keep the slides concise: 5–7 bullet points per slide and 5–7 words per bullet. Use speaker notes to explicate the bullets.
· For best color contrast, use light text on dark background (for example, yellow on black, white on dark blue).
· Use the proper slide layout. For example, if a slide has a title and text, it is created using the correct Title and Text layout.

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