12 Countries with Finest Health Infrastructure
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12 Countries with Finest Health Infrastructure

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, 30 October 2012, 10:36 Hrs   |    7 Comments
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Bangalore: A good health is the first kind of wealth. India’s fast growing healthcare management has now placed it on the global map. People drawing higher income along with the increased number of aged populace are the demanding factors for the growth of better health care support. Twelve countries with the best health infrastructure are listed based on the health care support and infrastructure per 10,000 persons as per yahoo. com.



Germany
Germany is the first country on the advanced healthcare infrastructure list. It has a universal health care system, which is providing healthcare and financial aid to all its citizens and comes in specified packages. It also is the oldest universal health care system in the world.
Insurance in Germany are mainly of two types, law enforced and private insurance.
As for the numbers, for every 10,000 persons the available number of beds is 82, 35 physicians and 108 nurses.



United Kingdom
United Kingdom has separate systems for handling the healthcare of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Each of them provides public healthcare to all the permanent inhabitants, which is free when availed and is paid through general taxation. In addition to the public health care services, there are private healthcare systems which are smaller compared to the public counterparts. As for the number of facilities for every 10,000 persons it is 34 beds, 21 physicians and 103 Nurses.



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Reader's comments(7)
1: The list is about how each and every person in a country will receive the basic medical attention, which is conducted by taking a unit of ten thousand people and the number of supplies met. With numbers given the list is totally legit. so its not about technological advances, its about the simple needs and its availability.
Posted by:Soha Kapoor - 05 Nov, 2012
2: This must be one of the most fictitious list that some one cooked up! I can't believe so many countries left out of this list. I wonder what would be the criteria the author used to compile this IMAGINARY list?
Posted by:Sridhar Sydney - 04 Nov, 2012
3: this is a RIDICULOUS list. COMPLETELY false.
countries like norway, sweden, finland , apart from France, austria, spain and even cuba are miles and miles ahead of the countries mentioned. India is probably in the 130th place or so..
Posted by:shivaram - 04 Nov, 2012
4: Canada is not on the list? All Canadians are covered. 50 million americans are not covered.
Posted by:Vivek Menon - 03 Nov, 2012
5: Why such a nasty picture shown against India?
Didn't they had a better picture to put up?
Editor please speak-up.........
Posted by:prashant - 31 Oct, 2012
6: Why the hell does the list not include CUBA ????
Just because they are not capitalist ....
Posted by:Sid - 30 Oct, 2012
7: Keeping a good health is a personal quality, as far as the country can do, it will but ultimately it comes down to how much do we care of our health. Does it only occurs to us when we suffer? When we all very well know 'prevention is better than cure'.
Posted by:Gia - 30 Oct, 2012
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