Despite the fact that these health complications are preventable, they are still a major challenge in the modern world. By looking at some of the fixed and variable costs likely to be incurred by individuals with these complications, this paper has been able to come up with a rough estimate of the average costs likely to be incurred by individuals.
Despite the availability of information both online and locally, diabetes and obesity are still a major threat in the twenty-first century. These are just some of the common lifestyle diseases. Healthcare provides often overcharge treatment services of these diseases especially those in the private sector. By looking at the average cost of treatment in the average society, we can be able to come up with a budget of the average cost of treatment. The budget may seem a bit inclined to the high class of people and disadvantage the middle and low-class people in the society. The main reason why this may be the case is that some of the equipment used to treat these diseases are rather expensive and rare. Additionally, these diseases are associated with the wealthy members of the society.
Cost benefit analysis
Despite the fact that promotion of health services is not meant to be a business venture, it ought to be conducted in an economically sustainable way. In this case, the total benefits may not be quantifiable in monetary terms. All in all, the promotion process is fruitful since it helps the country save a lot and maintain health standards within its territories. Worthiness of implementing health promotion activity based on the cost-benefit analysis The issue of whether or not to implement promotion activities remains to be a controversial matter. Health providers are torn between whether to conduct health promotion activities or not to (Tones and Tilford 2001). While these activities may be resource