My personal values specifically play a crucial role in life as they shape the way I interact with others. My values are learned and shared by influential people like our parents, guardians, and from our culture. My personal values portray the way I act, think, behave, and influence other people. They form as the foundation of my entire well-being that impact the way I live my life. My personal values include responsibility, respect, loyalty, ambition, courage, and discipline. My values shape me as a person.
My personal values can be changed according to what I believe is righteous and fair. I adhere to my beliefs and allow people influence me in a manner to change me to become a better person. Beliefs are set of expectations I create about myself, others, and how I expect things to be. My beliefs are what I think is true, and what therefore expect as likely the result that will follow from my behavior. My beliefs include mostly the involvement of Catholicism. I have a direct and proximal relationship with my Catholic faith. I have always thought of goodness for myself, and others. I believe that incorporating spirituality in every decision I make will impact the way I interact with others respectfully.
Beliefs about health care policy using cost, quality, and social issues
According to Right Health (2007-2011), health care policy pertains to decisions, plans, and implementations that are undertaken to achieve specific health care goals within a society. Health policy decisions affect the entire medical health care resulting in systems that affect value of services provided by facilities, training of health care professionals, medications, coverage for medical care for the disadvantaged population, and many parts of personal medical care (Right Health, 2007-2011).
Many of us are aware that the United States has the most sophisticated, and expensive health care in the world. The health care costs have increased due to the state-of-the-art, and expensive medical technologies that some of them were unwarranted of their needs. The costs of health care services are increasing, and the prescription drugs that most insurers do not cover. These skyrocketing costs have resulted in problems in the health care system, and have become the current’s serious health policy concern. Medical technologies offer a continuous treatment and prevention of diseases. However, medical technologies have largely contributed to almost half of the expenditures in health care costs. The people who are most threatened by these costs are the disadvantaged populations. Since, they cannot afford health care, they have limited access to medical technologies, and vulnerable to deadly diseases.
I believe that political leaders and policy makers can help alleviate the rising costs in health care by offering people the universal health care necessary. The government must keep a high degree of participation in the delivery of health care services and access based on people’s...