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Steele 1 Shannon Steele William A. Anderson Medical Sociology 23 March 2016 Healthcare As A System I believe author and physician Atul Gawande’s idea of healthcare being a system using the three skills he noted in his TED talk is not a bad idea. The more people are prepared for a certain situation, a better outcome it may have. Being prepared for things lessen the time range between the situation happening and the situation being resolved. Gawande’s healthcare system may not be ideal and work for every one in each state, but it is a start to potentially having everyone be better at their job. Gawande’s three skills: the ability the recognize success and the ability to recognize failure, devise solutions, and the ability to implement all of these things, are the things that he believes will help aid in making healthcare a system. The ability to recognize success and the ability to recognize failure is Gawande’s first skill to healthcare becoming a system. Having the ability to recognize success is a good
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