A study on the history of health care revealed that health expenditures were increasing, accompanying a telling reduction in death rates during the twentieth century. However, over the past ten years, expenses have been escalating continually while death rates haven’t seen any significant changes.
The corresponding author and MD of the research, Gregg Meyer said that the difficult question raised is whether the shy improvements made in mortality rates over the past decade are worth the present-day course of costs. Focus must be maintained on a sustainable health care system. The system is not present as of now, but work needs to be done towards it. Read more
Health care is priceless, but for many it is expensive to retain. There are many things that contribute to the cost of health care. What we don’t realize is that outside factors determine if our individual plan costs increase or decrease. Technology and prescription drug spending has caused a major increase in health care spending for the US. Aging population and population with chronic diseases also bring the cost up because in our time people are living longer but they are also having more chronic, lifelong diseases that are expensive to treat. Read more
With the nation’s healthcare system struggling to cope with spiraling costs, increased patient expectations and a general failure to allocate healthcare dollars to patient care, the concierge medical model offers a practical alternative. Traditional medical practices must carry a heavy administrative component to meet the bureaucracy of insurers with their approval and reimbursement systems Read more
People are obsessed with good smiles. And there is a good reason for them to be. This is because a plain girl will look extremely pretty with a great smile. However, not all of us are blessed with the genes that give way to pearly white and straight teeth. So what are the most common ways to straighten teeth? Read more