Analysis of Today’s Health Care System – Problems and Proposed Solutions

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Analysis of Today's Health Care System - Problems and Proposed Solutions
The following discussion provides an analysis of today’s health care system. Specifically, the current study addresses the following three problems in the health care system: 1) lack of regulatory oversight and funding, 2) the absence of transparency in reporting, and 3) the lack of coherency and cohesion. For each stated problem, explanation is provided concerning how selected principles from the Toyota Production System can be used to redress critical flaws and issues in the health care system. Discussion is also provided regarding how the concepts of Kaizen, Jidoka, and Muda can help the health care industry. The current study concludes with comments concerning the...
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.....s of the Toyota Production System, must be based on the idea of autonomy, not centralized control.
How the Concepts of Kaizen, Jidoka, and Muda help the Health Care Industry
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Conclusion
The current study has provided an analysis of today’s health care system.
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