在本篇英国代写-糖尿病的药物成本研究中，对31545名糖尿病患者的药物处方进行了研究，其中平均年龄58岁，平均指数为糖尿病患者糖化血红蛋白状况(McCoy, et al.， 2015)。本研究分析发现HbA1c检测频率过高6%，表达频率为55%。尽管血糖控制良好，但仍有8.4%的患者过量服用降血糖药物。这超出了规定的准则。在这项研究中发现，与2001-2002年的统计数据相比，2011年的过度用药水平下降了46%。然而，它仍然被认为是一个非常高的数字。本研究只考虑了接受胰岛素治疗的2型糖尿病患者(McCoy, et al.， 2015)。在这项对成年人的队列研究中，发现60%的人服药过量，不得不进行不必要的过度测试(McCoy, et al.， 2015)。这种过度用药会导致体内毒性进一步增加。过度开药的原因是为了维持病情，但这只会进一步损害身体，并导致更多的并发症。接下来论文范文英国代写-糖尿病的药物成本研究分享给留学生阅读。
It is understood from the data and the financial forecasts that there are extensive costs involved in maintenance of health care systems. There is need for the US payers to reduce these costs both in the public and the private sectors. The programs that have been devised for these puppies are reduction in payment structure, development better beneficial system determining eligibility, etc. (Berwick, & Hackbarth, 2012). These in fact rescued the quality of care provided to the patients and essentially create a situation where the patients get no care at all. Alternatively other strategies can be proposed to reduce the costs involved in healthcare. Research indicates that there can be six methods in which these costs can be reduced. It is by reducing the over treatment, developing better integration system, proper execution of the care process, reducing administrative complexity, pricing the products and services appropriately and reading fraud or abuse of the system (Berwick, & Hackbarth, 2012). Issues in these systems accounted for more than 20% of the health care costs and needed to be reduced. For the mitigation of these services, there should be careful transition strategies (Berwick, & Hackbarth, 2012).
A research was undertaken regarding the medicine prescription for 31545 diabetic patients in a cohort study where the mean age 58 years and the mean index was the HbA1c condition of the Diabetes (McCoy, et al., 2015). It was found in this research analysis that HbA1c testing frequency was excessive by 6% and the frequency of this expression was 55%. Despite having good glycemic control, they were given excessive medication for glucose lowering drug by 8.4% of the patients. This was above the prescribed guidelines. It has been found in this study that the levels of excessive medication however fell by 46% in the year 2011 when compared to the 2001-2002 statistics. Nevertheless, it is still considered to be a very high number (McCoy, et al., 2015). This was only for the patients who received insulin care type 2 diabetes’s was not considered in this study (McCoy, et al., 2015). In this cohort study of adults, it was found that 60% of the people were over medicated and had to take excessive tests that were not needed (McCoy, et al., 2015). This excessive medication leads to further increase of toxicity in the body. Reasons for over prescribing are to maintain the condition, but it only further becomes detrimental to the body and causes many more complications. The disease is not contained rather it becomes exemplified in the process (McCoy, et al., 2015). Another important devotion that was made was excessive testing further ads to the financial burden. This study points to a change in the current system to ensure that all the stakeholders in the process are actually benefitted. Hence, there is a need for a change in strategy and strategic management of the system (McCoy, et al., 2015).