Paper instructions:
Due by the end of Week 2: Submit a brief description of the problem/issue that your legislation addresses and the legislation itself that you will analyze in your paper.
Due by the end of Week 5: Submit a formal outline of the paper, followed by a list of your current sources.
Due by the end of Week 7: Submit the final version of your Policy Paper, including your Works Cited page.
It is expected that the Outline be submitted in a formal outline format as demonstrated below. Your outline should show enough detail to demonstrate that you have begun thinking about the organization of your paper and the research required for the topic. After your outline, please submit a listing of the sources that you have already identified for your paper.
I. Each Roman numeral should be a main section of the paper.
A. Subpoint
1. Details of Subpoint
a. Related details to the Subpoint
B. Subpoint
Final Paper (Week 7): 150 points
It is expected that the final version of your Healthcare Policy Analysis Paper will be 8-10 pages in length, with 6-8 sources identified. Your paper should be 12-pt. Times New Roman font, double spaced, with standard margins. You should have a thesis statement in your introduction identifying the legislation/policy that your paper will be addressing.
APA in-text citation is required in addition to listing all of your sources on a Works Cited Page at the end of the document. Your grade will be affected if you do not cite or identify your sources correctly.
Below is a list of questions that should be addressed in the body of your paper.
What is the legislation/policy that will be analyzed in this paper?
What is the problem/issue that this legislation attempts to address?
What is the history of the legislation?
Has (or will) the legislation been effective in addressing the problem or issue?
What group(s) of people have been the most affected by the problem?
Is there any information on the future of this legislation? (Revision, obsolete, status of bill, etc.)

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