Redesigning the American healthcare system
The American Health Care System is in constant revision, either through the government, the citizens, the health care professionals or the insurance companies. The most important factor and least recognized influence upon the health care system is the individual's inalienable right to quality medical attention. Society owes certain assurances to the individuals comprising it. Society benefits from the multitude of individuals all interacting and participating in a social environment. Social dynamics identify these interactions, the consumer impacts the retailer, the retailer affects the wholesaler, affecting the manufacturer who in tum affects the worker earning money to become the consumer. The proposal in this paper strives to ensure that every individual with buying and working abilities have adequate medical resources. These services will then extend to the families of these individuals, to the non-working individuals and to everyone in between. It is a basic service that is earned by every individual in society as every individual; in some way, contributes to society. This proposal explores and incorporates socialized health care with the current American health care system, to develop a welfare state administered through large institutions and the government through the proposed Federal Insurance Program (FIP). to ensure that every individual in the United State of America receives equal and quality health care.
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Maiden, R. Paul
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
College of Health and Public Affairs
Dissertations, Academic -- Health and Public Affairs; Health and Public Affairs -- Dissertations, Academic; Health insurance -- United States; Medical care -- United States
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Honors in the Major Thesis
Opper, Scott, "Redesigning the American healthcare system" (2000). HIM 1990-2015. 191.