Individual Americans who could pay were treated in private smaller rooms. Just after Civil War, hospitals became either private or public. Medical research became a preoccupation to many particularly in medical schools. In 1893, Johns Hopkins University hatched an idea which demanded that medical students take 4 years pursuing their degree and another 4 practicing as physicians. This requirement was necessitated by increased demand for professionalization of medicine. 2008) By 1846, the American Medical Association (AMA) had been associated though it had very little impact on medicine in America. AMA later managed to have medicine regulated. Eventually nursing became professionalized by 20th Century, nurse were already receiving advanced degree and assisted in healthcare administration.Use of Technology in medicine eventually evolved, where doctor could rely on microscope and other machines with high power to detect bacteria. A lot of research had been conducted through the use of science and technology. This highly improved health care in USA.The fourth development that was witnessed in the evolution of health care in USA was the medical insurance. While there were private medical insurance in United States even before the First World War, large insurance companies were never to be until the formation of Blue Cross. The increasing number of Insurance Companies by 1930 necessitated the use of doctors’ service under free- for- service pay. This situation remained like this where the government could only try to regulate the insurance. Healthcare Museum.
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