Role of the Government in Hospital Growth and Decline.docx

Furthermore the reduction of bed capacity has

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practitioner. Furthermore, the reduction of bed capacity has consequentially led to low income for some hospitals making it impossible to break even. Conclusion The government has the sole responsibility of protecting its citizens and having their interests in mind. The main interest of the citizens is to be able to access good quality healthcare from any hospital in America. To ensure hospitals offer good quality healthcare, the government has to create policies which will enable its citizens to access the healthcare. Furthermore, the policies created by the government do not only favor its citizens but also the hospitals which will make high profits from a large number of insured people. On the other hand, if the government sits back and does nothing, the healthcare system will deteriorate leading to low life expectancy
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HEALTH CARE 5 rate. The failure of the government to reduce congestion is hospitals has led to patients seeking alternative means to get quicker and reliable medical attention.
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HEALTH CARE 6 References Evans, M. (2015). As admissions have slumped and outpatient care booms, hospitals closing or shrinking. Modern Healthcare. Retrieved 2 February 2018, from Houle, D., & Fleece, J. (2013). Why one-third of hospitals will close by 2020. KevinMD.com. Retrieved 5 February 2018, from - hospitals-close-2020.html Seligman, W. (2018). What impact president-elect Donald Trump will have on the US healthcare system. Stroke , 13 , 57. Young, K. M., & Kroth, P. J. (2017). Sultz & Young's Health Care USA . Jones & Bartlett Learning.
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  • Fall '14
  • Prof.Oyawa
  • Government, Health care provider

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