Introduction To Health Care

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INTRODUCTION TO HEALTHCARE
Health care is the act of taking preventative or necessary medical procedures to improve a person's well-being. This may be done with surgery, the administering of medicine, or other changes in a person's lifestyle. These services are typically offered through a health care system made up of hospitals and physicians.
A health system consists of all organizations, individual and actions whose primary intent is to promote or maintain health. This includes efforts to influence factors of health as well as more direct health-improving activities. A health system is therefore from long publicly owned facilities that deliver personal health services.
Healthcare providers are organizations or individuals providing healthcare
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The Bismarck model providing health care would look fairly familiar to Americans. It uses an insurance system and the insurers are called “sickness funds” usually financed jointly by employers and employees through payroll deduction.
The national health insurance model has factors of both Beveridge and Bismarck. It uses private-sector providers but payment comes from a government-run insurance program that every citizen pays into.
The out of pocket model says all country maintains so many separate systems for separate classes of people. All the other countries have settled on one model for everybody. This is much simple, fairer and cheaper, too.

INDIAN HEALTHCARE
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An excellent first step is to require that all who work with or around radiation, including physicians, equipment operators, technologists, nurses, anesthesiologists, and any others, take a radiation safety course. Although some may argue there is no time in the work day for this, it must be made a priority. Training can’t help but result in improvement in safer use of radiation. It is also important to foster good communication among the healthcare team, and ensure that everyone understands radiation safety is his or her job. Nurses and technologists must be encouraged to speak up if they are concerned about safety practices. Physicians must be made to know that their support staff is required to speak up, and that they need to take those concerns under consideration and not ignore them. There is a system of openness and communication, where all team members are expected to speak up and make suggestions. Unfortunately, this isn’t part of the culture at many

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