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INFO531 CASE STUDY #2INFO531 CASE STUDY # 2Agbor EtchiJanuary 1, 2017InstructorMcconnell, WilliamAmerican Public University SystemCharles Town, WV
INFO531 CASE STUDY #2INTRODUCTIONThe case study is focused on discussing about the Healthcare system in the UnitedStates, the infrastructure of the Healthcare and how it impacted citizens of the nations.The Healthcare system has been a gigantic issue in the United States and variouspresidents have found it difficult to insure every single individual in the United Statesdue to the bureaucracy and lobbyists corrupting the system to favor themselves ratherthan the people who elected them in power. I have read more about the Healthcaredomain in a broad scope and as we proceed, I will be discussing some of the relevantinformation about the Healthcare system in America and what it will take to fix thesystem so as to favor everybody. People look at Healthcare as a way of insuring peoplebut forgetting to understand that in order to insure people, the government should beable to build a great infrastructure to support the entire population. States should beable to manage their citizens and encourage them to get the right insurance for theirfamily at an affordable price without hurting them financially. To fix the Healthcaresystem, the government needs to be honest with the citizens and present them with realfacts rather than bogus news about what they will be doing to resolve the issue.Why was the Healthcare.gov project so important?The healthcare project is a very important project to mankind because it is our onlysource of protection when we get injured, need surgeries and medications to heal us
INFO531 CASE STUDY #2when we get infected from diseases. It is the sole responsibility of the government toprovide its citizens with healthcare plans at an affordable rate. Not everybody is capableof affording healthcare for their families and the government should strategize a bettermethod to favor those that can’t afford healthcare for themselves. The United States is ademocratic country which stands for the government by the people and for the peoplewhich mean that the government should stand for the needy and not suppressed them.It would be pretty devastating if countries in the world including United States didn’tprovide healthcare to their citizens. The longevity and wellbeing of humans weredepended on good healthcare system and a country with proper regulated healthcaresystem has a higher life expectancy. So far there are countries in the world that hasbetter life expectancy than the United States and shockingly United States is placed onthe list as the 43rdwith an average life expectancy of 79.8 and the list was lastly updated

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