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National Healthcare Quality and Disparities : Healthcare United States

In our busy world of constant communication, where we are bombarded by information and messages and needs, how do you cut through that noise to get people’s attention?


The issue is healthcare in rural areas of the United States. Your first task will be to educate yourself on the needs of people in these areas. If you live in an urban area, you may not be aware of the degree to which place informs resources available and access to those resources. Being poor and undeserved in a rural area increases the needs of these residents. Consider this finding from the 2010 National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Reports: “Despite improvements, differences persist in health care quality among racial and ethnic minority groups. People in low-income families also experience poorer quality care.” (AHRQ, 2014, para.1)

Respond to STUDENT A by addressing each of the following about the colleague’s media message:
Evaluate the effectiveness of the media message based on your level of involvement.
Explain whether your involvement was high or low and whether you would donate money based on the message.
Evaluate the ethics of the message, and explain your reasoning, referencing the guidelines on which you base your judgment.
Suggest ways to improve the media message, and explain your thinking.

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STUDENT A: A

If I had to put together a media message to advertise would be: " Everyone Deserves Equal Opportunity in Healthcare, Don't You Agree?" This would be the start of my campaign slogan. This campaign would be initiated first by the question and then giving others the opportunity do donate to lower-income families who are not as fortunate.I would aim to an audience who would agree that everyone does deserve healthcare and if they do agree then they would be asked to donate.

The principles that I used are the readers getting involved method. Giving them the opportunity to get involved by first education and then possibly donating to other communities who are less fortunate. I would have some pictures drawn up of children and their families who may be suffering from living in poverty and not having adequate health insurance. I would try to entice the audience by educating those who are unaware of what goes on in low-income family's homes. This could help encourage people to make donations to provide a mobile screening bus.

Having a mobile screening in a low-income community will help those families tremendously. Something like this would help those who are unable to go to the doctor regularly to get screenings such as breast cancer and other health screenings as a preventative measure. The code of ethics for Human Services Professionals that would apply to this particular topic would be Standard 9. When providing services Human Service Professionals are to remain honest with their clients in providing information that may affect the client in a positive or negative way all while complying with the confidentiality laws.

National Organization for Human Services. Retrieved from

Perloff, R. M. (2017). The Dynamics of Persuasion Communication and Attitudes in the 21st Century (6th ed.). Retrieved from Ch.13-14.

National Healthcare Quality and Disparities : Healthcare United States

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