The Structure and Funding of the U.S. Healthcare System
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This slide presentation provides a description of the basic structure of the U.S. Healthcare system, including the different professional groups, delivery frameworks, and their interdependent relationships. It goes on to discuss the prevalent mechanisms of funding healthcare, with particular attention paid to the insurers, payers, with a focus on some of the challenges that they will be imminently facing. This material is most appropriate for medical students, junior and senior residents.
Dressler R. The Structure and Funding of the U.S. Healthcare System. MedEdPORTAL; 2007. Available from: www.mededportal.org/publication/442
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- To be able to give basic descriptions of the major professional groups that constitute the healthcare system.
- To be able to describe the different mechanisms by which health insurance is purchased.
- To be able to describe the basic demographics of those without health insurance.
- To be able to competently discuss the challenges that our health care system currently faces and those that will need to be addressed in the near future.
- Insurance, Finance, Economics (MeSH), Delivery of Healthcare (MeSH), Medicare, Medicaid
- Family Medicine
- Preventive Medicine
- Systems-based Practice
- Clinical Sciences
- Clinical Skills/Doctoring
- Healthcare Systems
- Professional School
- Medical Student
- Professional School Post-Graduate Training
Authors & Co-Authors
Richard Dressler, MD, MPH
University of Maryland School of Medicine
No outcomes available.
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Kaiser Family Foundation