Implementation Model Significant for the Success of Policy Enactment
The policy implementation techniques include the first, second, and third generation models. The first generation system is a type of policy execution which entails the use of a top-down approach to facilitate the creation of the policy. The model depends on the top-down form of governance and communication for useful application of the law and for the materials required to execute the job (Shahriar & Khan, 2016). First generation concept relies on government agencies and politicians to determine the degree to which administrators are effecting the policy. Equally, the tactic focuses on the formal relationships between the players.
Type of Health Policy that Addresses the Language Barrier in Health Care and its Outcome
Miscommunication in the medical industry is based on the high population of migrant patients and international health professionals leading to poor administration of treatments. Understanding language in the healthcare setting is an important aspect since it helps avert challenges that might exist when both the practitioner and the client speak different languages. The Civil Rights Act (CRA) of 1964 under title VI prevents individuals from discrimination based on language, race, sex, and religion, thus, requires hospitals to offer language access services to their customers (Hahn, Truman & Williams, 2018). The law aims at advancing the health care industry by promoting equity among the practitioners. The policy succeeded in reducing cases of discrimination among patients based on language, thus, improving the relationship between physicians and patients.
Impact of the Policy on Targeted Population
The implementation of the CRA in the country significantly influenced the health care operations since the law agitates for the provision of language services to patients with difficulty in communicating in English (McGowan, Lee, Meneses, Perkins & Youdelman, 2016). As such, the policy aids in the reduction of medical errors and delinquency enhances the quality of medication, motivates nurses to be effective perform their duties and improving the relations between practitioners and clients.
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