Methods of Increasing Preventative Care Measures

Final projects of healthcare management programs often examine an existing problem in the industry and suggest possible solutions based on the data. A lack of access to preventative care affects an entire community and costs healthcare systems an exorbitant amount of money. Emergency departments frequently see heart attacks, strokes, and other catastrophic events that could have been prevented with affordable medication and monitoring. Hospitals often absorb the cost of necessary surgeries and extended hospital stays for these patients without insurance or with minimal coverage. This project evaluates different plans for solving this problem.
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