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Create an informational tool that you will hand to a legislator about the pros of your selected policy to increase the number of heath care givers
Policy To Increase The Number Of Health Care Givers In The United States
Length: 2 pages (550 Words)
Policy to Increase the Number of Healthcare givers in the United States
A study conducted by the Delta Dental Plans Association in 2010 found out there is a possibility of a decline of dentists in the nation between 2012 and 2019 (Zywiak, 2013). The report says that there might be a decline of as much as seven thousand dentists in the U.S during that period. Another study by Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute reports that by 2020, the United States will have a deficit of 1.1 million direct-care workers (Zywiak, 2013). These two reports are just specimens of hundreds of other reports that report the likelihood of a shortage in the number of physicians, nurses, and other healthcare givers in the United States by 2025. This situation is avoidable should the United States government adopt a countering policy. The policy that the U.S government should adopt is to lower the cost of education in medical schools in the United States. This move will increase the number of graduates in health care every year (Zywiak, 2013).