Medicare Annotated Bibliography Name Institutional Affiliation Saran R. Robinson B. Abbott K. C. Agodoa L. Y. Albertus P. Ayanian J. ... & Cope E. (2017). US Renal Data System 2016 annual data report: epidemiology of kidney disease in the United States. American journal of kidney diseases 69(3) A7-A8. This bibliography talks about the number of people benefiting from the Medicare plan in the united states of America. It majorly looks at those who suffer from diseases such as the kidney related problems. One thing about such people is that their conditions recur and sometimes they may not be able to afford the medical fees charged at most health centers. As a result they tend to depend on the Medicare services to ensure that their conditions are contained to keep them going. The actual figures are also looked of America. Most times there is competition because the population is high and people have different preferences. What a particular family needs may be different from what another family needs. This competition according to this bibliography has ensured that proper Medicare is offered because without the competition the bodies offering Medicare would give very poor quality service. While the government does not have any issues with such competitions some tend to be appealing to the public but are not effective in their operations. At the same time there is a form of competition between the government and the private sector which is not as flooded as the public sector. The s private employers are trying hard to ensure that they give their employees covers that are better than those that are offered to the public workers. [...]
Submit an annotated bibliography for at least 5 sources you plan on using as support in your Medicare. An annotated bibliography is a list of citations to books, articles, and documents. Each citation is followed by a brief (usually about 150 words) descriptive and evaluative paragraph, the annotation. The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the sources cited. You are welcome to use citation management software (e.g., EndNote, etc.) to create your annotations or to create them yourselves. Two of your sources may come from popular sources (CNN broadcasts, news articles/editorials, popular magazines, etc.), but a minimum of three must come from credible academic sources (found using Google Scholar or other scholarly database search engine available through the library- PubMed, SpringerLink, etc.). *Note- all annotated bibliographies should follow APA 6th formatting requirements. The following web link may help with formatting rules and specific examples- owl.english.purdue.edu All written submissions should reflect professionalism in grammar, spelling, writing style/format (one-inch margins, double spaced, typed in 12-point Times New Roman font), include APA 6th citations when appropriate, an appropriate title page, and be uploaded as .doc or .docx documents.