Political debates have resulted in some positive developments in the health care department. These developments have benefitted almost all the stakeholders involved in the system. The developments have been suggested after the debates between various politicians and representatives of stakeholders. The implementation of these recommendations is done by the managers who are serving the health based institutions. The technological aspects have been affecting the healthcare professionals even more in this era because there have been very fast changes in various aspects of technology. A concern for all the stakeholders is that there has not been enough value delivered against the money spent by patients or customers. The conditional treatment continuation has the drawback that patients cannot get the adequate medicine in time. This method may result in some kind of allergies or reactions as a result of dosage of some medicines. The discounts for underperformance of medicines can also have serious implications for the stakeholders especially for the patients as this incident may affect their health conversely. The alternative payment methods have positive impact on the patients who cannot afford high priced services. These alternatives also improve the quality of services provided. Manufacturers also have an important role to play in providing the quality and affordable service to the patients. A combination of manufacturers and health care providers will also help to relieve the government healthcare programs from excessive burdens. One important stakeholder that is missing from this discussion is the seller. However, the paper presents the value based healthcare system in an effective way. This system will have benefits on social, political and economic aspects. All these systems assume that healthcare provision is a continuous process which will mean that providers will continually improve their knowledge and patients will also feel that they are getting higher value for what they spend.
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