The ‘Health Care Reform’ tells that good and healthy life constitutes components that every human being would want to have in his or her lifetime. Unfortunately, human life is characterized by different aspects that make attainment of quality and good health a challenge. Humans require healthy lives in order to be able to carry on with their daily activities and as a result, there have been concerted efforts to ensure good and quality health is provided to majority of people in different parts of the country. It is in this sense of realizing good and quality lives for people that health care field developed and remains one of the fundamental fields that unite economic, political, social, and even religious forces. Numerous challenges have been experienced in the field of health care as the need for satisfaction of unlimited human health needs against limited health resources become inevitable in the modern world. This situation has led to experience of numerous conflicts, concerns, dissatisfactions and sometimes criticisms with regard to provision of health care services in the society. Therefore, health care reforms have become characteristic of health care for a long time, as the need and desire to improve health care remain paramount. Health care reforms in the larger society for a long time have been premised on the need to increase coverage, minimize and distribute cost and spending on health care, and improve overall quality of health care (Fernandez, 2010).
1.2 Purpose Statement Health care in the larger American society and even in other societies constitute the largest spending sector in terms of resources (Fernandez, 2010). Compared to other sectors of the economy, health care comes out as the largest spending sector that sometimes lead to strain on the economy of the country (Fernandez, 2010). Provision of healthcare facilities hinges on three key aspects, which include coverage, cost and spending, and quality (Fernandez, 2010). Coverage of health care facilities remains one of the pertinent