Global Healthcare Guide Book

Intro to Dr Prem’s Global Healthcare Guide Book

In the last three years, I have traveled to 30 countries within the US, Europe, Middle East and Asia to understand healthcare scenarios in each country. The result is obvious that unequal economy, unequal care, unequal health spending and unequal healthcare services bring nothing but unequal challenges for each country.

On the whole, people are healthier, wealthier and live longer today than 30 years ago. There have been significant improvements in access to water, sanitation, communicable diseases and antenatal care. There have never been more resources available for health than now. However, there are other trends that must not be ignored. First, the substantial progress in health over recent decades has been deeply unequal, with convergence towards improved health in a large part of the world, but at the same time, a considerable number of countries are increasingly lagging behind or losing ground, as reported by the World Health Organization.

The healthcare system worldwide is observing significant issues arising from a shift in diseases, an increase of non-communicable and chronic disorders, Baby Boomers and an aging population, a fragmented healthcare system, commercialization of healthcare and increases in the cost of care while countries are facing a shrinking healthcare budget. Moreover, there is very little anticipation and slow response by authorities to tackle such challenges. Many government bodies are engaged in the management of diseases, and are not at all close to the prevention programs, which presents a major problem.

Major Topics

  • What is Globalization?

  • History of Globalization

  • What is Global Healthcare?

  • History of Global Healthcare

  • How does Global Healthcare differ from Medical Tourism?

  • Global Healthcare Challenges

  • Global Healthcare Opportunities

  • Global Healthcare Growth

Morever, in this guidebook, we have discussed about Healthcare system in 50 countries and quality of healthcare, soon we will put information about healthcare crises in each country.

  • Healthcare in Argentina
  • Healthcare in Australia
  • Healthcare in Barbados
  • Healthcare in Belgium
  • Healthcare in Brazil
  • Healthcare in Cayman Islands
  • Healthcare in China
  • Healthcare in Colombia
  • Healthcare in Costa Rica
  • Healthcare in Croatia
  • Healthcare in Cuba
  • Healthcare in Cyprus
  • Healthcare in Czech Republic
  • Healthcare in Egypt
  • Healthcare in El Salvador
  • Healthcare in France
  • Healthcare in Germany
  • Healthcare in Greece
  • Healthcare in Hungary
  • Healthcare in India
  • Healthcare in Iran
  • Healthcare in Israel
  • Healthcare in Italy
  • Healthcare in Jamaica
  • Healthcare in Japan
  • Healthcare in Jordan
  • Healthcare in Lebanon
  • Healthcare in Malaysia
  • Healthcare in Malta
  • Healthcare in Mexico
  • Healthcare in Morocco
  • Healthcare in New Zealand
  • Healthcare in Panama
  • Healthcare in Philippines
  • Healthcare in Poland
  • Healthcare in Portugal
  • Healthcare in Saudi Arabia
  • Healthcare in Singapore
  • Healthcare in South Africa
  • Healthcare in South Korea
  • Healthcare in Spain
  • Healthcare in Switzerland
  • Healthcare in Taiwan
  • Healthcare in Thailand
  • Healthcare in Tunisia
  • Healthcare in Tunisia
  • Healthcare in Turkey
  • Healthcare in Ukraine
  • Healthcare in United Arab Emirates
  • Healthcare in United Kingdom
  • Healthcare in United States

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