Response to Maradin Hello Maradin, health policies are very vital to any community. They need to be well thought of and implemented. From the above work, Maradin has made very good facts regarding the best ways to ensure that policies are made to benefit the middle-income and low-income populations (Lassi et al.,2014). The information regarding the procedures to ensure the policies are accomplished is very precise. She has outlined how the process would be done to ensure that the selected group can benefit from health care policies. She has explained how the health committee would approve the policies to benefit the community. Her involving the selected group in the process is very thoughtful as it ensures that they offer genuine thoughts affecting them and which will be considered for them to be accepted. If I were a voting member, I would vote for the proposal. However, there is a question that she never answered. The question that I would ask is for her to outline that health policy that she deems viable to help the community. She could have stated the policy she aims for funding to help the community. Despite giving a good proposal, she never hinted at the policy. Reference Lassi, Z. S., Kumar, R., Mansoor, T., Salam, R. A., Das, J. K., & Bhutta, Z. A. (2014). Essential interventions: implementation strategies and proposed packages of care. Reproductive health, 11(1), 1-17. Response to Chelsea Hey Chelsea, the post made very valid reasons that need the attention of the hospital administration. Diabetes is a disease that affects many people globally, and the figure is increasing due to unhealthy eating habits (Heuman and Scholl, 2013) The proposal made is very articulate and precise. The hospital administration needs to focus on diabetic patients by offering a balanced diet. The claims made are very accurate and give a picture of what is happening in the hospital. That raises suspicion if that is the case in all the other hospitals. It is a good proposal, and the proposal should be given to all hospital administrations to ensure that they get a solution. Additionally, that could be the issue in many hospitals in the country and even globally. It is good that the proposal is also tabled before congress as that would make them discuss ways of amending those issues. That would also make it possible for congress to restructure its budget and focus more on critical cases. The proposal's funding would be very good for all patients, but a question that arises is if the hospitals will be able to manage to offer different meals to different patients. Reference Heuman, A. N., Scholl, J. C., & Wilkinson, K. (2013). Rural Hispanic populations at risk in developing diabetes: sociocultural and familial challenges in promoting a healthy diet. Health communication, 28(3), 260-274.