Friday, January 3, 2014
Researcher asks to stop of US health care spending spiral
According to a new report published in Journal of the American Medical Association, the researcher Ezekiel J. Emanuel suggests the for limiting of the rate of per capita health care cost increases to that of the U.S. economy as a whole it is measured by the growth of the U.S. gross domestic product. It is suggested in order to evoke a true transformation in the working of U.S. health care system. The researcher further identifies various reasons for recommending this as a national goal. The very first reason and the foremost one are to maintain the human resource of the country. Secondly when the government will choose such system it can be easily measured. Thirdly it will be having a well defined timeframe. That will provide the realistic time period to fulfill the goals. Fourthly it is very much challenging to be a motivating factor for action. And lastly, it has a good probability of success.