Health care issues turn into law in many ways. Usually, a new debate in health care surfaces and then the controversy leads to the formation of a law. But how exactly does this happen? Sometimes a health issue is supported by a lobby group.

Health care issues turn into law in many ways. Usually, a new debate in health care surfaces and then the controversy leads to the formation of a law. But how exactly does this happen? Sometimes a health issue is supported by a lobby group. Some issues start as a means to correct problems in patient care. Some health laws are created from public advocacy.

Regardless, should these current approaches in place today be considered “best practice?” Defend your yes/no stance. Share your thoughts on how health care issues become law. Try to point to a specific example. Do you approve of this process? Evaluate how this plan can be improved, support with specific examples. Please explain and then interact with another student’s views.