The Application of Key Governance Tools to Understand How Common Health Services Administrations Function

Jonathan Matusitz and Gerald-Mark Breen

This research analysis aims to examine three particular tools of governance (that is – government insurance, social regulations, and economic regulations) in a scholarly effort to understand how these tools are applied to, and enable the functioning of, specific and common health services administrations. In light of the current U.S. economic, fiscal, and insurance crises, combined with the general salience of today’s socioeconomic conditions (particularly in the United States), this analysis offers an important revelation regarding how the medical and health services sectors are able to survive in light of the United States’ precarious and volatile infrastructures.