Discuss the metrics below and describe what does the metric, in your own words, say about the U.S. Healthcare Delivery System? How could the COVID-19 pandemic affect the metric.
1. Hospital admissions for chronic conditions that are risk factors for COVID-19 are more frequent in the U.S. than in comparable countries
2. More cesarean sections are performed in the U.S. than in comparable countries
What does the metrics?
A decimal system of weights and measure based on the meter and on the kilogramsay about health care delivery system ? How could the covid 19 pandemic affect the metrics?
United states does not have a universal health Care delivery system enjoyed bye every oThe coronavirus pandamic had spawned four intertwined health care crises that reveal and compound deep underlying problems in the health care system of the US. In so doing how ever,the panda mic point the way towards reforms that could improve our ability not only to cope with likely future epidemic but also to serve the basic health care needs of Americans.
3,4 even workers who keep their jobs may fined their coverage dropped or curtailed as financially strained employers cut costs,these development will add to the 31 million persons who were uninsured and the more than 40 million estimated to be underinsured before the pandemic struck
Hospital admission for chronic condition that are risk factors for civic 19 are more frequent in the u.s than in comparable countries?
Mortality rate for respiratory disease fell over the last 10 years in the us and across comparable countries.how ever from 1980 to 2017 the u.s .mortality rate for respiratory disease increased by nearly 5% while comparable countries experienced a 36% decline.
These rates are prior to accounting for deaths from covid 19.since covid 19 is respiratory disease,rates of mortality Due to respiratory disease in particular may increase because of the pandemic.
2. More cesarean sections are performed in the U.S than in comparable countries?
Cesarian section more often than is necessary to keep maternal and neonatal mortality rates low.
Around the world ,a c- section rate of approximately 19 % seems to be ideal for the health of both woman and newborn,according to an analysis of childbirth in 194 countries published Tuesday in the journal of the american medical association.
In the u.s how ever about 1 or 3 births happen by c- section a rate that has been dramatically over the past few decades from 5% in 1970 and 20% 1996.By contrast,about 16% of birth in finaland and 24% in the U.S are from C- section.
And all the surgery is n't producing better outcomes.
The maternal mortality rate in the u.s has climbed in the past 2 decades to 14 deaths per 100,000 live birth.that's considerably higher than the rate in other wealthy countries such as germany,Canada and the united kingdom,according to the world bank.the infant mortality rate in the u.s is also grim; it stands at about six death's per 1000 live births,double the rate of countries like such as Japan,Finland,Portugal,and the Czech Republic,according to the centers for disease control and prevention.