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Reviewed by Mariana Mukhebi for Readers' Favorite
With the American healthcare system being the most expensive in the world, priorities tend to differ when it comes to analyzing the financial metrics of initiatives. As the author Firouz Daneshgari says, the system is expensive compared to what it brings in return. After years of conducting extensive research, Firouz was able to come up with newfound business knowledge. In the author's findings, "medical errors" are the third most common cause of death in the United States. Health Guardianship: The Remedy to the Sick Care System explores these possibilities to come up with cost-effective solutions and provide sustainable health care for all. It is through great technological advances in American medicine that major medical demands can be met.
I have to admit, healthcare isn't my area of expertise. But this book has helped me understand and realize the importance of health guardianship and its contribution. I like how the author outlines the challenges and what can be done to develop clinical research training. The healthcare system involves a lot of maintenance. As a result, industry experts are forced to develop new measures to fill the gap. This book outlines all the factors that are needed to come up with such measures. It is better to develop institutions that will invest in health and longevity. In turn, this would ensure that there is equal give and take. I credit Dr. Firouz Daneshgari for coming up with such profound solutions to this problem. This book also highlights the risks involved and the effort required to correct systematic misalignments.