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There is no one way that is right different cultures

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feel is important may not truly mean all that much to their neighbor. There is no one way that is right. Different cultures have different beliefs therefore there is no one way to determine the right and the wrong. One could believe that what should be done is whatever it is that works for the majority of the population. Others may feel that to be untrue and feel that even if in the minority that they should be catered to or that they are the ones who are right. The author of this paper believes everyone should have access to healthcare, the amount that it costs should be based on the individual instead of everyone paying the same amount regardless of their income; the author believes this is the fairest way to do things. However, another thing when speaking in terms of health care is how the people live. Different cultures and countries are cleaner or dirtier than others. This means that measures taken against sanitation or vaccinations may differ from one another as they have different beliefs. Immunizations will not be effective if the majority of the population is not compliant. This is where the difference in people’s culture and beliefs play a factor in how effective health care can be for everyone (Kluge, 2007). Conclusion United Healthcare is one of the most popular and top rated organizations in the world of healthcare. They are continuously striving to provide the best top quality care to their patients. They have experienced their hardships like any other organization but have always pushed forward and come out on top. Their dedication to grow and be better accessible to their patients
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RUNNING HEAD: HEALTH ORGANIZATION CASE STUDY show as they are constantly asking for feedback and looking for ways to improve and grow (United Health Group, 2019).
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RUNNING HEAD: HEALTH ORGANIZATION CASE STUDY References Grand Canyon University (GCU). (2013). Singapore Airlines Case Study. Retrieved from: NRS451V.R.SingaporeAirlinesCaseStudy_Student_02-04-13.docx Kluge E. H. (2007). Comparing healthcare systems: outcomes, ethical principles, and social values. MedGenMed : Medscape general medicine , 9 (4), 29. McCallion, A. (2012). Champion of Nursing: UnitedHealth Group. Retrieved from: United Healthcare. (2013). United Healthcare Predicts 150% Growth in Accountable Care, Hartford Business. Retrieved from: UnitedHealth Group. (2015). Facts 2015 Q1. Retrieved from: .pdf United Health Group. (2019). Facts 2018 Q4. Retrieved from:
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  • Fall '15
  • Health care provider, United Health Group

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