IOM Vs World Prosperity Organization

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The Tribhuvan University established Institute of Medicine (IOM) in 1972 with the consent and responsibility of training every workforce in the health category required in the country. It had developed 12 university grounds within the first decade all over the country. The objectives of the Institute of Medicine (IOM) included production of human resources for health services, using its health institutions to provide health services, and conduct research in health sciences. The World Prosperity Organization is a global reform movement for social progress with a mission to determine how to improve social systems like healthcare, government, education, and families work more efficiently. While both institutions broadly address the issue on healthcare, …show more content…
According to IOM’s Committee on Quality of Healthcare in America, there was need to lay out a vision of how the health care system and the related environs needed radical transformation. The vision would assist to close the gap between the known good quality healthcare and the existing health care in practice. Some of the reports released by this institution included “to Err is Human”, and “Crossing the Quality Chasm”. The common factor in these two organizations is the fact that they both feel an urgent need for reform. Healthcare in America continues raising concern mainly due to its …show more content…
It is clear that both the World Prosperity Organization and IOM feel the urgent need for health care reforms. Both organizations agree on the increased costs, lack of skills, and human error in health care playing a big role to its effectiveness. In order to reform the health care sector, both organizations argue that this profession’s education needs a major reform. This reform may help in reducing the human error while increasing the number of physicians required especially in the rural areas. In addition, both organizations feel the urgent need to improve the insurance plan because research shows that many Americans have no medical cover, which makes access to a proper health care almost impossible. However, the American government continues looking for a solution to the health care problem although this has proved

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