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50 Top Healthcare Systems in the World

Rated 6 points - posted 8 years ago by paulT in category Health.
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Think of it-- Canada's healthcare system is better than all countries--Even the U.S
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Australia Report Abuse
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keep it up australia it has one of the best health care systems which is free or you just pay less that really good
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A good Public sytem funded by a "medicare levy" of between 0 to 1.5 per cent (depending on income ) . You can also take out private insurance for things like dental care or comprehensive .hospital . Public system is available to every person . The big debate in Australia is about making the system better . The States are responsible for allocating health funding with some states doing better than others . Another issue is the huge distances in the Country which increase the cost of Health in remote and sparsely populated regions .Medicine and pharmaceuticals are funded by the p.b.s scheme which subsidises the cost .
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France Report Abuse
Universal coverage; high quality treatment and ease of accessibility; amount spent by government (10% of gross national income) on healthcare is highest in the world; life expectancy exceeded only by Japan.
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a dream come true
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San Marino Report Abuse
High life expectancy; Low infant and neonatal mortality rates; residents can expect to be healthy for 89% of their lives (health expectancy rate)
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Cuba Report Abuse
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I can rate "sufficient" for tourist only. For resident may be 70-80.
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Malta Report Abuse
The Maltese Government provides a comprehensive health service to all Maltese residents that is entirely free at the point of delivery. This health service is funded from general taxation. All residents have access to preventive, investigative, curative and rehabilitative services in Government Health Centres and Hospitals. Persons with a low income are 'means tested' by the Department of Social Security. If they qualify for assistance, they receive a card which entitles them to free pharmaceuticals. Moreover, a person who suffers from one or more of a specified list of chronic diseases (e.g. rheumatoid arthritis) is also entitled to receive free treatment for his /her ailment, irrespective of financial means. Private health services exist alongside the Government service.
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Columbia Report Abuse
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We have a great health care system and also a great name : Colombia not Columbia, thanks for change it.
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Italy Report Abuse
Low-cost health care with a good standard of medical assistance; Italian healthcare providers are dedicated and well-trained; national health system is administered through local health authorities; provides low or no-cost healthcare, includeing in-patient, outpatient vists with primary care providers and specialists, dental visits, outpatient procedures,some or all of medications and emergency care.
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you are kidding! Health care in Italy? Never!
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Andorra Report Abuse
the health system in Andorra is run by the State and falls under the regulatory authority of the Government, which guarantees the system so that all citizens enjoy the best possible health facilities
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Greece Report Abuse
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now its more expensive, hospital prices,examinations prices.....an average man cant have the health treatment that he deserves and has payed for....unfortunately its a fact....
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Report Abuse
-3 points - added 8 years ago by paulT - 3 comments
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we hav ethe most expensive health care system in the world yet we have th ehighest rate of bankrupt persons due to high medical costs... healthcare needs to change here..
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one of the richest countries in the world and 51 on the list. shocking. something must be going wrong.
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Large private sector insurance industry, and availability of specialists. Most university medical centers, and leader in medical research. Highest response time for emergencies, and cancer care.
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