Republicans, on the other hand tend to prefer more market-based solutions to healthcare reform. This could include providing tax credits to individuals who buy their own plans or permitting interstate competition between insurers. They are also generally against government-funded health care programs, while advocating free enterprise in the healthcare industry. The two sides also support reducing the cost of drugs through greater transparency by pharmaceutical companies, or Medicare negotiating directly with them. Both parties are working to find a common ground to build a system which is good for everyone involved, i.e. the physical, mental and spiritual health of those affected by disasters. This organization, a not-for-profit, works in collaboration with many stakeholders, such as governmental organizations, accreditation bodies and regulatory agencies to provide assistance.
This information is collected by the organization to evaluate its own services and their impact on people affected by disasters. Data collection is done on both the efficiency of the services offered by the organisation and feedback received from those who have been affected about how well their help has helped them. This data also helps to inform the best ways of delivering aid and resources in future disasters.