This essay focuses on about families or households. Registry statistics are the best method for estimating the number of births and deaths.
Write an essay up to 2,000 words that describes how US healthcare might look in the year 2050. Focus on the following areas: How will it be finance?. Will the trend be for more government or more private financing?. How will demographics affect the demand, technology, or workforce?.
Direct data comes from vital statistics registries that track all births and deaths as well as certain changes. In legal status such as marriage, divorce, and migration (registration of place of residence). In develope countries with good registration systems (such as the United States and much of Europe). Registry statistics are the best method for estimating the number of births and deaths.
Census is usually conduct by a national government and attempts to enumerate every person in a country. In contrast to vital statistics data. Which are typically collect continuously and summarize on an annual basis. Censuses typically occur only every 10 years or so.
And thus are not usually the best source of data on births and deaths. Analyses are conducted after a census to estimate how much over or under counting took place. These compare the sex ratios from the census data to those estimated from natural values and mortality data.
They typically collect information about families or households in addition. To individual characteristics such as age, sex, marital status, literacy. Education, employment status, and occupation, and geographical location. They may also collect data on migration (or place of birth or of previous residence), language, religion, nationality (or ethnicity or race), and citizenship.
In countries in which the vital registration system may be incomplete. The censuses are also used as a direct source of information about fertility and mortality. For example the censuses of the People’s Republic of China gather information on births and deaths that occur. In the 18 months immediately preceding the census.