The U.S. has implemented the Affordable care Act, which facilitates equitable health insurance cover to its citizens. The citizens make monthly or annual subscriptions and payments on Obama Care or the Affordable care act to access health medical services. The Affordable Care system is efficient to all Citizens of America because it lowers the expenses of medical expenditure and it provides a quality health care support system. In another perspective, it becomes inefficient when an insurance health care plan offsets an individual’s payment cost; therefore, it becomes hard for an insurance company to cover the costs of the patient’s when they can’t afford to clear their dues (N.Y. State of Health (2016). Also, the health care plan can exploit citizens when they register to an insurance plan with low premiums but high deductions monthly and yearly.
The legislation authorities and health care managers preview the accreditation of the health care systems and health insurance companies to realize and promote quality and standardized health care to the public. Through accreditation, fraud and exploiting insurance health cover plans can be eliminated and impeded from escalating poor health service provision to the public (H. S. Rexburg (2016). The policymakers, health managers, and law enforcement units collaborate to sue and sanction insurance companies with exploitive and inhumane health service systems, which enhance equitable, efficient, quality, and standardized health care systems to meet customization.
In conclusion, the U.S. improvised has the ISO 9000 accreditation in the health care systems to prevent inefficient health care providers and a joint partnership with federal agencies like DNV, FBI, AOA, and CIHQ to identify, investigate, and establish the gaps in health care provision in the private and public health sector. Such partnerships have increased efficiency and quality health service, health insurance cover to citizens. The ISO minimum standards have greatly improved the hospital safety, quality, and patient and family satisfaction on the health services provisions.
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H. S. Rexburg (2016, October 19). Accreditation of health care. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XDs7ccTQDs
N.Y. State of Health (2016, January 12). Health Insurance Explained. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9fRGwg0btk