Health Reform and Public Health: Will Good Policies but Bad Politics Combine to Produce Bad Policy?
Despite these compromises, public health researchers and practitioners have reason to celebrate. Simply put, PPACA fundamentally altered and improved the public health infrastructure of the United States. Fully implemented, PPACA promises to markedly improve clinical preventive services and transform our nationís response to traditional centerpiece public health concerns, including HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, mental health disorders, and other conditions.
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