Dnp-810 week 2 assignment case report-part 1
The money and grants that are provided for scientific advances can be used to fund research for new treatments, drugs, or medical technologies. This financing allows researchers to explore new areas of science and technology that may lead to revolutionary breakthroughs in health care. Grants also provide incentives to scientists as they will receive a reward if their project is successful. Additionally, the economics of health care encompasses many different aspects such as how services are priced, how cost-effectiveness is assessed, insurance coverage considerations, industry regulations, etc. All these factors play an important role in determining how accessible healthcare is and its overall cost implications. Ultimately, the economics of health care (capitalism) has impacts on public policy initiatives related to health care reform which seeks to improve access and affordability of healthcare for all citizens regardless of economic status.