How has the unique nature of the health care environment changed the way we as a society manage and utilize our health care?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 8:55 pm ad1c9bdddf
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1. How has the unique nature of the health care environment changed the way we as a society manage and utilize our health care?
The unique nature of the health care environment is a reflection of the medical model e.g. managed care (see attached article). It is focused on illness and cures. Although the "medical model" offers clarity about how problems at one level can cause difficulties at other levels, it also has impacted the ways we as a society manage and utilize our health care. For example, medical practices, organized around the medical model, presume that the physician's task is to diagnose diseases, to discover their causes and symptoms, and design treatments. The treatments are aimed at eliminating or minimizing the symptoms of the disease, or the cause of the disease, or the disease itself. The medical model is made up of causal chains, of primary, ...
This solution discusses how the unique nature of the health care environment has changed the way we as a society manage and utilize our health care. Supplemented with an article on managed care.
Healthcare Organizations and Their Environments
You have been asked to prepare a speech to deliver to an industry group about the following topic:
1. The unabated continuation of the proliferation and fragmentation of the health professions.
2. What are the desirable aspects of this fragmentation?
3. And what is the undesirable aspects of this fragmentation?
4. Should actions be taken to slow or stop this trend? If so, what should be done and how can it be achieved?
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