Name: Professor: Course: Date: The Four Healthcare Models Healthcare is a right for every citizen in any country around the world though it faces multiple challenges. In the attempt to give health care to every person governments use one of the four healthcare models or integrate them into their healthcare system. The four healthcare models are Beveridge Bismarck National Health Insurance and the Out-of-pocket process. The Beveridge Model The model name comes from its creator William Beveridge. It model is mostly used in Great Britain health care system. In this system the government provides and funds the healthcare through tax payments and medical care is a public service (Ally-Sheridan & their background and is affordable. The government can easily manage the National Health model compared to other models. A country health plan should be able to offer quality and appropriate services and care for all its citizens regardless of their health and financial status. Works Cited Alley-Sheridan Fellow. & Saha Sibu. "Healthcare Models across the Globe: A Comparative Analysis." 2017. http://www.surgery.med.uky.edu/sites/default/file/100303.pdf accessed 27/4/2017 Daley Claire. & Gubby James. "Healthcare Systems: Switzerland." 2013. www.digitalezorg.nl/digitale/uploads/2015/03/switzerland.pdf Rovner Julia. "In Switzerland A Health Care Model for America?" 2008. www.nrp.org/templates/story/story.php?storyld=92106731 Wu Tai-Yin Azeem Majeed and Ken N Kuo. "An Overview of the Healthcare System in Taiwan." London Journal of Primary Care 3.2 (2010): 115–119. Print. [...]
You are to read the article on the Four Healthcare Models, Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of each system. What you do you like about them and what do you see as problems? What do you think of the economics of the systems? In each of these nations, the government plays a much larger role in healthcare than in the U.S., where the forces of supply and demand still dominate.