Health Care Delivery in the US

Think of a machine whose parts are working together and running smoothly and efficiently. This is how health care delivery in the United States should be. Ludwig von Bertalanffy’s Systems Theory shows there is more than just one part involved in the process. It takes all the parts involved to make the machine work properly. Getting these parts to fit, however, can be a challenge.
Unfortunately, the uninsured does not always have access to good quality medical care, and/or services. Lack of education, when it comes to paperwork, multiple physicians, and understanding exactly what the disease and its treatment process becomes extremely confusing leading to errors and unneeded care.
health care has had to go through many tests before being incorporated in the industry. Testing and proving the benefits of such programs, such as HomeMed or EHR, depends entirely on the ones doing the testing. If it is perceived by health consumers to provide benefits and has real time advantages, it will be accepted, if not it will be rejected.

The incorporation of technology, and the acceptance of the internet, has seen many
organizations implementing telemedicine. This will lead to more efficient care and
access to remote areas.
Conducting cardio-pulmonary resuscitation on a dummy leaves a lot to the
imagination. The true sense of performing this life saving technique is lost. Roger’s
Diffusion of Innovation theory deals with the idea of accepting a new way of doing
things.
In today’s health care setting, with many new