Healthcare Reform Based on Comparison Between U.S., Germany, and England Health Care Systems
The United States healthcare system does not perform as well as other countries including Germany and England, despite spending the most money on healthcare. It is well-established that there have been attempts at reform in the U.S. healthcare system multiple times in the past. This research paper describes the health care systems in the U.S., Germany, and England to analyze the strengths to create practical healthcare reform ideas for the U.S. This was done by describing each of the country's health care systems in detail, including the history of each country's health care system, the quality of care, the access to care, and the funding of the health care system. Based on this analysis of these health care systems, recommendations for health care reform are provided for the U.S. with revisions to the Affordable Care Act.
- Eppinger, Jamie Marie (Author)
- Don, Rachael (Thesis director)
- Kizer, Elizabeth (Committee member)
- College of Health Solutions (Contributor, Contributor)
- Barrett, The Honors College (Contributor)