New York, NY (PRWEB) May 28, 2013
The case of cell phones provides a clear example of how high prices restrict access. In fact, few people had cell phones when they cost $3,000 in 1987, but billions of people around the world have cell phones now that they are drastically more affordable. In a similar fashion, if healthcare prices can be reduced, many Americans will be able to ensure that their healthcare needs are looked after, not necessarily make it mandatory. To make healthcare more affordable, the inflated costs present in the current system must be controlled and minimized. As a practicing physician at present and former Executive Vice President of Health Services of a regional HMO, have come to understand why the healthcare system in the United States is so costly, and There are seven major cost-drivers that, if targeted, can make the healthcare system more affordable on the whole.
Given the major cost-drivers detailed in editorial, AMG Medical Group strongly believes that healthcare costs can be reduced by 60% through targeted efforts in each area. Future articles will address each cost-driver in particular and list comprehensive solutions to decrease costs in the respective area. Some of the solutions have already been implemented successfully at AMG Medical Group, where anyone can receive all-inclusive primary care services for a flat fee of $89 per month. To learn more about AMG Medical Group editorial, please click on http://www.amgmedicalgroup.com/editorial-id-1.html