Stakeholders. NURS 528 – Health, Environment and Systems. Who are stakeholders?. Stakeholders are individuals or organizations who have a vested interest in your bill because he or she will be affected by the bill .
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NURS 528 – Health, Environment and Systems
Stakeholders are individuals or organizations who have a vested interest in your bill because he or she will be affected by the bill.
Examples of stakeholders are those who might gain access or lose business because of the bill.
Be realistic – who do you have access to?
co-workers, neighbors, family members, friends
providers or others where you work
decision making/policy group members
Urban Institute Think Tanks
American Enterprise Institute Think Tanks
Each site has a search engine and you can identify the organizations’ stance on your selected bill by searching for the problem that your part of the bill addresses.
They may not address your specific part of the bill but you can find out how they think the problem addressed by your bill should be resolved.
The issues identified by the think tanks can help you understand who the opposing stakeholders might be.
For example, if an issue identified in the think tank is private insurance versus universal coverage paid for by the government, you would be safe thinking that private insurance companies are stakeholders and would most likely oppose any bills that promote government-sponsored coverage.
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This material was adapted from course materials previously developed by Connie Dallas and by Jorgia Connor