Identify and evaluate three forces that have affected the development of the Health Care System in the US: The main domain of this research paper is Health Care System with its three elements such as the Health Insurance, Service Delivery, and its Quality. Health Care System is very vast, while Americans have one of the best medical systems on Earth (latest technology, insurance coverage and best trained medical officers) and they spend nearly US$3 trillion on healthcare every year. Health industry is a big business for investors and they are earning billions of dollars every year from the pockets of patients. The welfare concept has been changed and now the return on investment is being calculated. The main connection in this industry is disease. The investment on latest innovation to find out the causes of disease is a strategic thinking. Health sector is directly linked with insurance in many countries where millions of jobs are dependent on this Industry. Speculate whether or not these forces will continue to affect the health care system in the U.S. over the next decade. Include another force that was not mentioned that you believe will impact the health care system of the nation. There would be streamlining and decentralization in this profession next decade. It will allow non-doctors to perform specialized duties and in the meantime freeing up doctors for the most vital aspects of healthcare. New discoveries as well as doctors themselves would be further specialized to find out the actual health problem in the medical complex. Specialization on the individual disease with genetic causes will be common in next decade (Hamel, G. & Prahalad & C.K).
Evaluate the importance of technology in health care.
21st century is considered the century of Technology. Technological growth in Health sector reflects the importance of this unique trend. The decision making on the basis of digital information is the ultimate change in this ever changing world....
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