The Development of the Health Care in USA
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Despite this reality, the private sector has over the years focused on economic gains in the provision of health care services, ignoring the importance of health care for all. To guarantee universal access to health care, only the government should be entrusted with health care provision.
for every worker, though the policy is proving costly to the workers. Health insurers currently have control over the pricing of the benefits making the doctors be worried about the policy. The development of the health care cover by the employees has enabled the current American citizens to enjoy a wide variety of insurance cover depending on the socio-economic status.
Additionally, the ownership of hospitals is private and profit valued more as compared to the government hospitals owned by the government in some locations by cities and counties with healthcare services. Moreover, there is a strong relationship witnessed between the health insurance coverage and medical services insurance. The health insurance determines the difference of whether the people access necessary medical care and when they receive their care. According to Henslin (1991), the current political and economic climate in the U.S helps in changing the approach of America’s healthcare. Merely, the government pumps more funds on existing model and it does not improve the public health sector in general. Instead, James believes that the healthcare reforms must centre on the multi-pronged approach (Henslin, 1991). Additionally, sociological choices and conditions need to be advised or modified. He argues that shifting emphasize on the medical system to prevent it from remedies. This will also involve a bigger number of the primary-care physicians and more valuable it requires alteration of the societies view on the importance of doctors. Moreover, the American government and citizens should bridge healthcare disparities received by the ones on higher and lower socio-economic brackets (Boorstin, 1992).
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