Healthcare is the maintenance and improvement of physical and mental health, especially through the provision of medical services. What is healthcare? Healthcare is worth thing to be cared by every people, every countries. In this topic, let us have a look about Healthcare in Globe.
With the world’s largest population, China generates an unexampled amount of medical data. And over the past 20 years, Chinese healthcare has undergone a huge transformation. The digitizing medical records lead to a surplus of structured and unstructured data, but current systems still have a hardy time to know unstructured information. On a daily basis, practitioners need to see a long line of patients and help manage their changing conditions. Since the 1970s, health management from the United States has emerged as a discipline and industry and is becoming more perfect. But healthcare is still a new thing for China in terms of scale and intervention level. Therefore, regulating people’s daily life behavior is becoming another topic in the healthcare industry. Such as steel industry (Sinosources is the biggest B2B platform in China of steel industry.) like this kind of heavy industry, there are some potential danger, the healthcare also should be completed.
The U.S. health care system is unique among advanced industrialized countries. The U.S. does not have a uniform health system,and only recently enacted legislation mandating healthcare coverage for almost everyone. U.S. is a market economy country with federal system,In 2014, 283.2 million people in the U.S. , 89.6 percent of the U.S. population had some type of health insurance, with 66 percent of workers covered by a private health insurance plan. America economist – Alain Enthoven said: The waste of medical treatment is “Flat ground on the curve”. The using of medical service tend to decrease marginal profits, the amount of service is increasing sharply, and The improvement in health status is getting smaller and smaller, eventually approaching zero.
UK HealthCare is the hospitals and clinics of the University of Kentucky. But it is so much more. It is 9,000 people – physicians, nurses, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals – all dedicated to providing the most advanced, most effective care available, not just in Kentucky but anywhere. NHS, the UK’s national health service system, adheres to the principle of selectivity for the poor and promotes the principle of universality. All British citizens who have income must participate in social insurance, pay insurance premiums according to uniform standards, and enjoy relevant benefits according to uniform standards, no matter the amount of income. The welfare system is managed by the government. The British National Health Insurance System was established in 1948 and united the hearts of the British people during World War II. It is worth mentioning that the dancers participating in the performance are not professional actors, they are from the British National Health Insurance System, and there are 1,200 nurses from London hospitals.
The Germany government plays an important role in the field of healthcare, mainly in terms of coordinating the interests of all parties and controlling health care costs. However, its social medical insurance management system adopts an unified system, decentralized management and encouragement of competition management system ( Germany’s social health insurance system consists of 1,300 financially independent and self-administered disease funds. It emphasizes social solidarity and mutual assistance, and the government does not participate in the specific operation of social medical insurance. The state does not have a unified medical insurance agency. The main role of the government is to design systems and enact relevant laws, act as intermediaries and conduct arbitration, and deal with conflicts of interest in all aspects. Germany’s health insurance is a combination of government intervention and market regulation, which is consistent with the basic concept of the German social market economy model.Despite there are relatively complete health care system in Germany, reforms have been continuously implemented in recent years. Since the beginning of the new century, Germany has carried out five major medical reforms in 2004, 2007, 2011, 2012 and 2013. The basic objectives of its healthcare reform include reducing government fiscal expenditures, strengthening competition among medical service providers, improving the quality and efficiency of medical services, and reducing inequalities in medical services.