The underlying dynamics of health care systems in developing countries: Health policy, planning and the Impact of Social Economic Status (SES) on Health Disparities
Verlag: Anchor Academic Publishing
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Every day, healthcare organizations are faced with crucial decisions about improving their systems of care and a lack of critical information to guide them. The research they need should be designed to help them provide better care to the patients in their organization, effectively and efficiently.
Where does the Medicaid and the medical care strategies, as pursued in the United States of America, have their remedies through policy structure and together with the political culture associated to the system, or perhaps how possible is it that japan has the highest life expectancy co-efficient.
The book is more of a fact file as results were generated by the health care research from suitable sectors and comparisons derived from the well-off health care states mainly from the OECD fraternity, as these bare differences due to policy even when their economic bases differ by small percentages. This work should be helpful in directing and providing us with traceable landmarks to follow while seeking to avert the challenges that weaponize the communicable disease prevalence in the society for both the developed and the low developed states.
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