Case 2

Understanding the difference between federal, state, and   local government levels of authority is extremely important. In Medicaid, for   example, there are guidelines that define the eligibility process from the   federal point of view. However, states have different ways of implementing   Medicaid.Research and describe a public health agency in your state   and the role the agency plays in implementing public health programs within   the community. How does this state agency differ from federal agencies, such   as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institutes of   Health, and Food and Drug Administration?The case study must be a minimum of four pages in length,   excluding the title and reference pages. You are required to use a minimum of   two outside sources. All sources used, including the textbook, must be cited   and referenced according to APA standards.Assignment must be formatted using APA style, including   in-text citations and references.ReferencesCenters for Disease Control and Prevention. (2013). Public   health financing [PowerPoint slides]. Retrieved from, M.-J. (2017). Introduction to public health (5th   ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. (2015). Who is   eligible for Medicaid? Retrieved from (n.d.). Benefits of Affordable Care Act. Medicine,   marketplace (ID 85630792) [Graphic]. Retrieved from https://www.dreamstime.comParmet, W. E. (2011). The   individual mandate: Implications for public health law. Journal of Law,   Medicine and Ethics, 39(3), 401–413. Retrieved from Squared US (Producer). (2008). Profit-healthcare   conflict (Segment 9 of 27) [Video file]. Retrieved from

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