Critical Analysis of Research Article.

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ContentsOverview of the report.................................................................................................................................3Critical Analysis..........................................................................................................................................4Methodology...............................................................................................................................................7UK healthcare in Future..............................................................................................................................8Conclusion.................................................................................................................................................10References.................................................................................................................................................122
Overview of the reportIt has been seen that in spite of so many hardships faced by Europe, the business trends in theUnited Kingdom has remained healthy and fruitful. The government of the UK has alwaysprovided its support to create a positive and congenial business environment and has alwaysmade efforts to invite potential investors around the globe. UK has been performing quite welland has found a place in top ten manufacturers in the whole world. Taking a glance at Europe,the UK is considered to be the most beautiful and attractive place and many headquarters ofvarious major companies in Europe are situated here. It is quite easy to establish business in UKas compared to other countries as there are high opportunities here and potential investors aremore[ CITATION McC14 \l 1033 ].The government puts efforts to continuously improve businessenvironment and cope up with the dynamic environment to help the country reach heights ofsuccess. In order to survive in the market, it is imperative to adapt to the changes happening indaily life otherwise the system will obsolete and UK does it really well.Adding more, Healthcare means the improvement of health by the treatment and prevention ofdiseases, illnesses and injury, including both mental and physical problems in human beings.Healthcare is provided by the professionals. Some examples of professionals in health care arephysicians, dentists, midwives, nurses etc. Standards of health are usually considered to be highin the UK. This is mainly so because the government spent a lot in this sector during the earlyeconomic years[ CITATION Gro10 \l 1033 ].A constant effort is made all around the world in order to improve the performance of healthcare. The main responsibility lies on the people who are involved in the health care system andtheir duty is to improve the quality of decisions made by all involved in the health system,3
including patients, managers, and governments at all levels, insurers, politicians and citizens asfinancial supporters. Recently accountability is being demanded at higher rates and there is anincreasing demand for health system accountability and the patients are being given a choice asto have rapid improvements in the health systems they choose. The main areas of improvementare needed in data collection, policy development and in their implementation[ CITATIONCoo161 \l 1033 ].Below a few of the important parts of the health care system along with some of the techniquesfor different types of people and the critical analysis of the political drive shall be discussed indetail. A performance indicator is a type of performance measurement that helps in evaluatingthe success of a particular organization or business. Choosing the right indicator is veryimportant, because it is only by these indicators can a business or an organization find out thelevel of its performance and where it is lacking and what parts it needs to work on forimprovement[ CITATION SBo08 \l 1033 ].Critical AnalysisAfter studying and analyzing the article “the Exploring the factors that influence the decision toadopt and engage with an integrated assistive Telehealth and Telecare service in Cambridgeshire,UK: a nested qualitative study of patient ‘users’ and ‘non-users’.” We come to know that thereis an initiative taken by the government to use two types of approaches Telehealth and Telecareto deliver best services of healthcare. The engagement and adoption of these techniques is veryimportant for its successful implementation[ CITATION Del153 \l 1033 ]. The people are dividedinto two categories – users and non users.The users are the patients who already adopted these4
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