Public versus private- based quality initiatives has been a major issue in the US health care. Public initiatives are regarded as being able to provide more equitable care to the majority of the citizens in the country. It also ensures that there is evidence- based kind of care, especially when accountability is required at all levels (Murray and Frenk, 2010). When the process of planning and resolution for public initiatives are taken into account, it provides room for systematic review and possible appraisal despite the challenges that are faced. In addition, the spread of public initiatives is keen to help cover the lower classes of the society. On the other hand, private initiatives are known to have efficient care as it is value for money. The patients seek for the best available while dictating the outcomes as per standards (Lewis, Eskeland, Traa-and Valerezo, 2014). It is sustainable as the financial derivatives that follow the process of care and delivery are well accounted for by all parties. It also ensures that there is long term planning at all levels.
Both of the public and private initiatives in health care are important to facilitate the standards of improvement and outreach in the larger population. When comparative and coherent reviews are carried out on heath care, both initiatives provide short and long term solutions where the need is required. Issues of medication, training of the workers and incentives for accountability patient outcomes are all addressed by the initiatives. Elimination of one of the initiatives would have a negative impact on the other (Berendes, Heywood, Oliver and Garner, 2011). The result is due to the financial burden that comes with consequences, as well as the US population. It can also lead to the influx of reduced health care standards across the board to the overwhelming nature.
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