explain and difference between four types of healthcare organizations

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The four types of health care organizations are not-for-profit, business-oriented organizations, for-profit healthcare entities, governmental healthcare organizations and nonprofit, non-business-oriented organizations.

 

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not-for-profit, business-oriented organizations,are community owned entities which provide health services to the community in which they operate

 for-profit healthcare entities this are investor owned entities that are expected to make profits that are distributed among the investors

 governmental healthcare organizations are public corporations owned by the state or local government.

  nonprofit, non-business-oriented organizations are entities that provide voluntary health services to their communities. Also known as voluntary health and welfare organisations


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