Nature's standards

Implementation of social health insurance models totally changes the decision making landscape by delegating purchasing power to the community. To make this happen, a not-for-profit organization with a board representing both community and the government is typically established to purchase health services and act on behalf of community. The precision with which purchasing agencies identify, articulate and quantify value they create, while supporting a model for the consensus-reaching process they propose is of fundamental importance for long-term system growth.