A Vintage Shorts Original Selection Despite all attempts to make it otherwise, the American health care system remains arcane, bloated, inefficient, and damaging to our health. We pay high premiums, endure exorbitant out-of-pocket costs, see little to no information about treatment options, and suffer often meager and sloppy care. The Affordable Care Act was […]
ENPNewswire-1 September 2010-New York-based Healthcare Leader Turns to Wyse and VMware View to Deliver Secure Patient Care and Meet HIPAA Regulations at Lower TCO; Interfaith Medical Center Virtually Eliminates Tech Support Costs via Wyse Cloud Client Computing Solutions(C)2010 ENPublishing – http://www.enpublishing.co.uk Release date- 31082010 – SAN JOSE, Calif. – Today at VMworld 2010, Wyse Technology, […]
INTRODUCTION Over the past decade both public attention and scientific interest have been increasingly drawn to issues of quality in health care and, in particular, issues involving patient safety and errors as revealed in reports such as To Err is Human (Institute of Medicine, 1999). Judgments regarding the quality of health care services are often […]
Seminar paper from the year 2012 in the subject Medicine – Public Health, grade: 98, , course: Technological Entrepreneurship, language: English, abstract: The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of advances in medical technology on health care costs in the United States. More specifically, this paper provides an overview of just some […]
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The National Health Insurance Plan (NHI), due for legislation in June next year, will be phased in one facility at a time over the next 5 years, costing higher-income earners more (via a payroll tax) but in no way limiting their choice of provider.
Laboratory tests are often requested without a clear indication of potential benefit or cost implications. (1-4) Previous studies have shown that various interventions can reduce the number of tests ordered and thereby reduce the costs associated with hospitalisation. (5) The Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Pretoria conducted a survey in 2007 to […]
ENPNewswire-8 April 2010-Deloitte survey: Consumers say they pay too much for medical care, question their ability to handle future medical costs(C)2010 ENPublishing – http://www.enpublishing.co.uk Release date- 06042010 – New York – Consumers in six Western countries say their medical costs are too high and share concerns about their ability to meet future financial demands resulting […]