Heath is one of the basic needs that require a lot more attention in terms of public recognition

Name: Ibrahim Zirekoglu

Professor: David Coia

Course: ENG 115

Date: 2/1/2014

Heath is one of the basic needs that require a lot more attention in terms of public recognition. There are people in the world who cannot access quality and affordable health care. The move by some governments to introduce medical schemes to make healthcare easily accessible is good. However, the majority of the population in the middle and lower classes cannot benefit from this scheme despite its many advantages. For one to subscribe, they have to overlook a number of potential factors. Medical insurance providers operate on very strict rules and regulations that govern their daily transactions (Green & Rowell, 2013). These include timely payment of premiums and the prescribed amount for the insured. The organization-Trust Free Care Centre-has developed a plan to give attention to those who cannot get medical care due to poverty and related issues. The opening of a clinic in the area to cater for the less privileged financially will be a major breakthrough in the area for the local people.

Economic issues

The capacity to afford healthcare is dependent on the economic independence of a person. The introduction of medical insurance, on the other hand, is a major problem to the poor. This is because those who cannot potentially afford to pay for the premium find themselves in horrible situations when sickness occurs (Green & Rowell, 2013). Therefore, when one faces an important and unavoidable need, a reliable source of income is necessary. Unemployment comes as a threat to them because it could deprive them of the ability to pay. This is because it is a permanent and very uncompromising situation. When people lack money, they suffer a number of ailments from psychological to mental illness.

The working poor have nothing to be proud of at the end of the working period. This makes them languish in a class where everything they yearn to do becomes a nightmare. With the ever-increasing healthcare costs, medical insurance companies also hike their premiums. Therefore, potential insured cannot access this scheme to help them when they are sick. They become unable to meet the minimum requirements to join the insurance sector that can improve their lives. This makes them shun even seeking medical attention when the need arises. These important economic factors discussed above hinder people for living simple worth lives. The organization-Trust Free Care Centre-has the capacity to consolidate all the available economic factors to make the program a success. This would include the need to doing all possible things to ensure that all people can afford health care. In addition, this will be beneficial, as it will enhance lowering of the poverty levels (Feldstein, 2011).

Needs of the population

The population in question for this benefit has health as their core special need. This leads to having a situation in which there is medical care affordability to everyone. The need to have reliable heath care is worrying to most people. Since sickness is a natural phenomenon in most instances, people deserve to have a healthcare system that is affordable to them always. This is the effort to decrease mortality rates in the region. Health is one factor that individuals or even organizations should not underestimate. The people to get this benefit will have a major relief and boost to guide them, out of critical situations. This will make the grateful and willing support the effort for the benefit of all people (Slottje & Tchernis, 2010).

Process involved in the program

The project is an initiative by a caring non-profit organization. Serving the local community is in the interest of this organization. This will come as an extension of service delivery to the supportive society. There are various processes in place to oversee the successful implementation of the plan. This includes getting acclamation for the public on the move to continue with the implementation stage. The community is welcome in terms of decision-making elements and giving their thoughts and ideas. The ideas will have to gain approval for the government health sector. Proposals from the public for tendering and construction of the project will be welcome thereafter. On completion of the project, the organization will oversee the successful stocking of the clinic with proper facilities and employment of qualified medical staff. This will enhance the smooth running of operations in the clinic for and safe handling of patients (Feldstein, 2011).

Benefits of the project

There are benefits that will come with the project if launched. This includes the access of health care to the poor and middle class inhabitants of the community (Slottje & Tchernis, 2010). The costs will for accessing the services will be very friendly since the organizations aim is not profit. The objective for starting the project is giving to the community. On top of this, project will eliminate the need to have insurance schemes for the lower class. The scheme eats a lot into the income of a person. This money will rather benefit the people in plans to live well. This will thus lead to a reduction in health problems. Ultimately, the program will lead to a reduction in poverty levels(Slottje & Tchernis, 2010). This is since most people will not have a difficulty in looking finding money to satisfy the need. Therefore, they will live above the standards of living in the place improving their lives.


According to Feldstein (2011), the move to have a clinic for locals in the area is beneficial to many people, as it will give them the health attention they require. Healthcare being a primary need, access to it would have many advantages to the beneficiaries. That would in turn lead to having energetic and vibrant individuals in the society. That would encourage people to expand such projects to other places leading to have a healthier world with the prevailing financial situations. The will of doing something outdoes the effort to discriminate in terms of finance on health matters.


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Slottje, D. J., & Tchernis, R. (2010). Current issues in health economics. Bingley, UK: Emerald.