Friday, October 28, 2016

Healthcare Inadequacies: The Role Of Philanthropic Advocacies

The healthcare sector just can’t seem to get a break. With the number of disease-related cases increasing year after year, healthcare professionals have their work cut out for them. The more problematic ones are communicable diseases and lifestyle-related disorders. With options such as health insurance not fully understood by people, a lot of individuals are left vulnerable.

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With the financial inadequacies of the health sector, individuals are taking it upon themselves to get together to raise funds for those who need them. These drives often end in success. With the way things are going, it is high time to consider charitable activities as a viable solution to the never-ending problem faced by the health department.

So how will philanthropic organizations go about this newly formulated scheme? One possible path would be charity will pay for the uninsured. The number of uninsured people goes by the millions, but with just a small contribution from those who have more than what they need, they can easily fill the financial gaps that the marginalized are experiencing.

The modern health system is already “over-corporate,” meaning that profit and revenue will get in the way of adequate delivery of services. For people to contribute more donations, the government must reduce its size and costs. There are still a lot of unexplored ways on how to go about this plan. That is why utilizing charity is very promising. A lot of doors have yet to be opened.

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Adam Rosenfeld works with several charitable organizations in Miami which advocate health and wellness for the city’s residents. Stay updated with his philanthropic activities by following this Twitter account.

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