Typically, the three key players in the healthcare system are; the patients, the payers, and the providers. In this discussion, analyze the relationship that the three have in regards to its impact on healthcare and healthcare delivery. Is there one player that is more united than the others and thus has a greater share of power?

Typically, the three key players in the healthcare system are; the patients, the payers, and the providers.

In this discussion, analyze the relationship that the three have in regards to its impact on healthcare and healthcare delivery. Is there one player that is more united than the others and thus has a greater share of power?

Where does the government fall into this relationship; are they a provider, payer, or both? Lastly, how has this relationship changed over time.

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