Perspective on Health Care

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Perspective on Health Care
Anitra R Love
HCS/212 College Of Natural Sciences
March 5, 2013
Stacie D. Pigues, MSN, RN

Perspective on Health Care

What interested me about the history of health care how the very thought of health care rather long term or short term care the objective is to help people. That healthcare has gone all the way back before cave days. The idea of medicine has change the look on life of healing and living. Medicine has change the ways we care for our customer know as our patient. The areas of health care that very much interest me are nurses; the idea that an individual has to truly have the skills to be a nurse is wonderful. Nursing comes from the heart and spirit and truly from within. Healthcare started out not the number one choice, but over the years working for a trauma hospital facility for many years change that thought. The care for people took my heart the feeling of this was where I needed to be in my life. These lessons in the healthcare field have shown me the positive and negative health care outcomes linked to demographic indicators intrigued me the most are the different area and cities patient that have no insurance go to a certain hospital because their ability to pay. This links the demographic area around the world, and most patient do not understand that they cannot be turn down for health services because their inability to pay. The resources available are accessible on the internet for free viewing most individual do not know these sources exist. There are many resources and information on the history of health care in the U.S Department of Health & Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Public Health Services. These are a few of resources you can go to in order to find out information on the history of health. Within the health care field there are many aspect and field to go into, but you have to know which tier and group and how they all tie into the health care...
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