Changing Healthcare

How might the ways in which we produce, deliver, and pay for care be changed in order to increase access,
improve quality, and the cost of healthcare services?
This is a VERY BIG question that begs for a simple answer. But we should not be tempted by such simplicity. If
the answer was simple, we more than likely would have already implemented it.
Rather, we need to dig through the different layers and dimensions of the US healthcare system to be able to
see some of the underlying challenges, issues, barriers, and real opportunities that are part of the “big picture.”
So, from that big picture perspective, what would you change about the US healthcare system to make it
better? Pick one aspect and support your decision with credible evidence. Provide the decision-making
framework you applied to answer this question.
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