In this report, experts from the Engelberg Center for Health Care Reform at Brookings, from Economic Studies at Brookings, and colleagues propose a framework for health care reform that focuses on supporting person-centered care.
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Medicare, medicaid and American heathlcare systems are still controversial debates for both policy makers and economists to discuss on long-term sustainable development proposals and short-term trade-off sacrifice actions. It can explain how effective, productive and cost-based heathlcare service providers can serve American patients at three levels of full-paid, subsidized and co-payment methods.
Employers may find their own compromises to cover employees' healthcare insurance premium. Federal and state governments also measure their capabilities of launching healthcare programs at economics of scales and sustainable expenditure expectation. Healthcare service providers also respond with new reforms in treatment methods, prescription standards, technology-driven applications for productivity, low-cost bills and high-quality services. Pharmarceutical companies have invested in R&D lines, also measuring their three conducts - profits, patients and long-term growth. Profits come from sales revenues of precripted medicines. Patients are cured successfully with those qualified and low-cost prescrition. Long-term growth can convince those companies to invest in their R&D facilities for profits and patients' benefits.
In an conclusion, Future America is depended on how private and public healthcare systems can collaborate at a certain levels of sharing knowledge, responsibility and facilities to service patients. Futhermore, new technologies and low-cost medicines can save billions dollars for federal and state governments, including patients' payment bills.