The Corporate Paradox of Healthcare Reform

No healthcare system could claim to be effective without the healthcare consumer able to access health services affordably and conveniently when and where needed. Regardless of the financing system of a country’s health system, barriers to care could constitute essentially lack of care. This is precisely to what the ever-increasing medical and insurance costs in some countries amount, which one could hardly gainsay with persons in such countries sometimes opting out of their insurance or holding up, even not seeking required healthcare due to escalating costs. Increasing costs would also progressively more impel action at the corporate level, not just for strategic reasons related to reducing costs, but also to fostering amity with employees and their unions, both reasons crucial to competitiveness at home and abroad.

 

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