I have read your post and I have found the piece of information to be very interesting. I agree with your point of view in most of the places. I agree with the point that providing healthcare is a profession and it should not be converted into money making. I also agree with the point that people who are hired for the care management process within a hospital setting are not sufficiently trained. Additionally, the electronic medical records set up for the purpose are not able to give the correct and appropriate diagnosis making the medical procedures more cumbersome (Travaglia, Daly, Jackson & Speedy, 2015). Like the point which you have mentioned that EMRS are simply putting osteoarthritis as leg pain.
I have myself faced scenarios where the pre-approval process has made the process of support care delivery delayed. This particularly increases the risks when the patient is in need of urgent care. I think you are absolutely right in stating that most of the times sickness as simple as cough and cold are used by medical administrators to make profit. Thus, I think the focus should be upon health education to make the patients more health conscious, which will reduce the burden upon present healthcare system and allow for optimum utilization of the medical resources.
I agree with your point that allocative healthcare system need to be implemented where the health care benefits from reallocating resources between programmes are limited. In my opinion, it will check the sharp rise in healthcare costs, which makes it more accessible to each and every sections of the economy.
As mentioned by Hwang, Sharfsteinm & Koller (2015), inclusion of the nursing professional within the decision making can make the care and support services more appropriate. In this respect, opposition is received from within the healthcare channels (Gilson, 2016). In my opinion, inclusion of the nursing professionals within the care planning can also help in enchanting individual skills.
Gilson, L. (2016). Everyday politics and the leadership of health policy implementation. Health Systems & Reform, 2(3), 187-193.
Hwang, A., Sharfstein, J. M., & Koller, C. F. (2015). State leadership in health care transformation: red and blue. Jama, 314(4), 349-350.
Travaglia, J., Daly, J., Jackson, D., & Speedy, S. (2015). Leadership and health policy. Leadership and Nursing: Contemporary perspectives, 2013, 187.