Question: Are the new models of integrated delivery systems in health care more beneficial to the providers or the consumers of the product or service?
Respond to students below.
Cierra Chantel Morgan
New models of integrated delivery systems in health care are more beneficial to most consumers compared to the providers or services because they offer medical services while still being affordable.
Consumers save money in the long run and can also still get care close to them. Although the new system is more cost-effective, it reaps the benefits in the long run.
Development and implementation of these models are expected to result in better health care, health care services, and changes in how health care is distributed, purchased, and paid for.
Jada Aaliyah Maclin
Integrated delivery systems refer to a network of healthcare organizations under a company. So, an IDS includes a number of healthcare facilities managed by a organization. An IDS is equipped to provide healthcare services to patients.
The combination of different healthcare facilities helps IDS use resources more efficiently reducing the cost of healthcare.
It improves quality of health care. Patients are able to assist a wide range of high-quality services under the same system at a lower cost. So, this system is more beneficial to consumers than providers.