1. How has the country's payment systems in history embraced the health economics picture?
Modern health care systems are roughly composed of two parts: financing and health care delivery. HCOs are major components of the health care delivery system of each country. Therefore the administration of HCOs is strongly affected by the nature of the respective national health care systems http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/takemi/rp169.PDF.
Do the country's payment systems in history embraced the health economics picture? This is an interesting question, and if so, how do they do this. Payment systems in health care are initiated by the federal and state government through policy (reflect the economic status of the country and health economic picture as well). Can we meet our budget? When the health care system changes (managed care) through policy, then the payment systems are put in place that reflect these policies and new health care systems, which are then used by the health care organizations (HCOs). It is a reaction (embraced?) to the changing government policies and ...
Through discussion and examples, this 600 word solution clearly illustrates how the country's payment systems in history has embraced the health economics picture.