Universal Health Care

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“If we 're going to do better for our patients, we need to create a health care system that addresses the needs of everyone, especially our sickest patients, and those who struggle to make ends meet." Said by Dr. David Blumenthal, the president of the Commonwealth Fund. As we all know, the U.S. health care system is unique compared to the other modern and more civilized nations. The U.S. does not have systematic healthcare system, no universal health care system, but U.S. have an enacted legislation mandating healthcare coverage for almost everyone. U.S. have national health service, a single-payer national health insurance system, or a multi-payer universal health insurance fund, the U.S. health care system can best be described as a hybrid…show more content…
is sometimes unpredictable, continuous changes happened and happening, that we do not have any control of any of it. Every year the cost and expenses are getting higher, that average citizens could not afford to get a basic care. According to the Department of Health and Human Services, it’s about $10,000 or more per person a year of expending for healthcare only, and the cause of this because of a stronger economy, faster growth in medical prices and an aging population are driving the trend. This mean that every healthcare organization needs to adapt to the current flow of their own healthcare system, with abusing or bending any rules and regulations from the feds. So, healthcare organizations and with their management team and leaders are having a quite tough time. For instance, like on how their organization will adapt to under new administration and changes every year, how to put on stop the high cost of medical supplies and drugs without hurting the other industries, how to improve patient care without harming the organizations financial stability, and how to assimilate the constant changing and evolving technology. Addressing the current issues in healthcare system is a big-time problem for the healthcare organization. These includes the develop system for care management and coordination, work toward collaborative leadership, and create a high safety and high reliable healthcare organization. But on today’s environment, what really is the most important thing should organization to discuss, is it the safety of our patients, is it the new and innovative technology, is the administration and lawmakers, is it the healthcare staff, is the cost of

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