Explain the plan to engage stakeholders.

For part four, identify the key players legally charged with addressing/resolving the Affordable Care Act.

Explain the public agency timeline for consideration

. Identify the standards/criteria for your evaluation.

Explain the plan to engage stakeholders.

Describe any other alternative courses of action and their consequences (limitations, political or fiscal feasibility, etc.

 Your recommendation and the reason why you recommend this course of action.

What objections could be raised and how would you respond to those objections?

How would you monitor? What kind of data would you need and how would you analyze it?

Evaluate policy content, policy implementation, and policy impact.




The public agency timeline for consideration refers to the process through which a public agency determines the necessary steps and timelines for making a decision on a particular policy or issue. This timeline typically involves several stages, including research and analysis, stakeholder engagement, policy development, review, and implementation.

The standards/criteria for evaluating the policy should be clearly defined and aligned with the agency's mission, goals, and values. These may include legal and ethical considerations, cost-effectiveness, feasibility, and impact on stakeholders and the community.

To engage stakeholders, the agency should develop a comprehensive plan that involves identifying and reaching out to relevant groups, providing clear and accurate information, soliciting feedback and input, and incorporating stakeholder perspectives into the decision-making process.

Alternative courses of action should be evaluated based on their feasibility, potential impact, and alignment with agency goals and values. The agency should consider the political and fiscal implications of each alternative and weigh them against the benefits and drawbacks of the preferred course of action.

Based on the evaluation, a recommendation should be made that considers all relevant factors and aligns with the agency's mission and goals. Objections to the recommendation should be anticipated and addressed with clear and evidence-based responses.

Monitoring and evaluation should be an ongoing process that involves collecting and analyzing data related to policy content, implementation, and impact. This data should be used to inform future decisions and to ensure that the policy is achieving its intended outcomes.