Q Report on HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT IN ASIA in the EARLY 2000s- A social welfare program Home, - HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT IN ASIA in the EARLY 2000s HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT IN ASIA in the EARLY 2000s Executive summary With the emergence of latest technologies, today's healthcare system is improved from the traditional healthcare system. Healthcare Management is one of the core welfare program launched by the medical bodies & government of most of the countries. Due to the significant developments in the healthcare system, now getting treatments and proper medicines is possible for people who live in rural areas. This research aims to analyze and compare the healthcare scenario in Asia. We have assumed that the healthcare system is being improved in Asian countries due to technologies and proper research analysis. We have proved that now people get more advanced healthcare facilities. Due to the inclusion of centralized healthcare bodies, government healthcare policies affect urban as well as rural population. Introduction Healthcare is an essential part of the social welfare program in any country, and providing this facility to every human being is the sole responsibility of the government. Healthcare and medical improvements should be framed in a way that it can be catered to maximum possible people of the country. Viewpoint and facilities provided to a specific area can be only examined when the government clearly makes the structure of healthcare facilities. Asian countries are circulating massive investment in the healthcare sector from the last 5 to 10 years. Due to various health programmes and up-gradation in medical facilities, this investment is fruitful for human beings. Organization background Initially, the health program in Asia is started by china in 2006. The main motto behind starting this programme is spreading awareness about various health facilities offered by the government to people. Total budget spent on this program was 1.25 million (Bakker, Aarts & Redekop, 2016). With the help of a panel of health services research expert, it was found that not only in China or India, in almost every country of Asia 67% of the population is unaware of government health benefits programmes. Criteria for researching about awareness of various health programs are based on the people who live in urban and rural areas. Due to technological advancement in urban areas, people are more aware of health programs regulated by the government (Amendola, Lodato, Manzari, Occhiuzzi & Marrocco, 2014). After many pieces of research, it was found that with the help of local health authorities and few local business persons came into action to remove these issues. Asia, as the world's populist continent, was facing severe health issues such as maternal and child health issues, infectious disease, pandemics and emerging disease etc. These issues get more severe during the year 2000 and 2002. Discussion regarding monitoring of plan and evaluation of results to measure the success Welfare schemes and policy requires a fixed number of urban and rural people from the total population of Asia. Health governing bodies will be in charge of preparing and executing different ideas and initiatives in-accordance to this plan. The team with being constructed by enlisting a doctor who will do the checkups of a group of persons who know about the healthcare programs, a group representative, urban population and rural population, a senior health doctor and a project executive to evaluate the project’s success. After the completion of the assessment process, if the population is required to be replaced, then the representative team will execute the plan with the new population sample linked with healthcare schemes and programs in a specific location. One independent medical body which consists of a group of senior surgeons and doctors will judge the efficiency of our project. They will analyze the effects of healthcare programs on the rural population as well as on urban people. Discussing results & overall analyses of research tools The research strictly indicates that due to fewer health check-ups and unhealthy lifestyle, people were getting sick very quickly. Instead of governments free health check-ups schemes, people was not going for the tests. Many health governing bodies were acting as a, but they were not providing proper research results to the concerned team (Seacombe, 2002). It was a big question arises that why a country like China took four years to understand the loophole behind their healthcare programmes. The answer was shocking and hilarious. Due to the decentralised healthcare governing bodies and less strict law and regulations; the healthcare industry was just left as a huge profit-making sector. Those facilities which the government was providing to the local bodies were not given to the ordinary people. Those mediators or agents who are working from last so many years they just have taken advantage of less strict government rules made for the healthcare sector. More centralisation of government bodies bound them to act as per the law. Conclusion From the above study, it is concluded that safeguarding people’s interest and providing proper feedbacks related to occupational health management will aid the healthcare management of Asian countries. China is the world leader in terms of manufacturing high quality medicinal drugs and upgraded medicinal machinery. Mainly, China has imported its machines to other countries, and its healthcare initiatives have created significant awareness among other countries healthcare management. Japan, India, Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia have reframed its healthcare policies during the year 2010 to 2012. It was observed that now 54% of the total population of Asian countries avail government benefits and chances of getting sick was reduced by 94%.