America’s most vulnerable: mental health clinic shows extent of need
“America,” “affordable,” and “health care” — three terms that just don’t seem to go together.
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Costing over quality in Sri Lanka’s healthcare system
The aftermath of the civil war has left Sri Lanka recuperating, rebuilding and restructuring and while healthcare occupies a fairly prominent place on the government’s agenda, there is still everything to do in terms of the quality of the drug supply. This island country is prone to natural disasters and […]
Improving the healthcare system in Moldova
Global healthcare spending has increased faster than global economic growth. This faster pace of growth is due to the lack of effective economic and health policy-making but is also driven by the global economic crisis and the growing number of people using health services. When it comes to healthcare, all […]
Emergency care in Bulgaria needs serious defibrillation
“My mom called me in the middle of the day and said that I should come home immediately because some strangers had brought my father back after he collapsed in the street,” a very close friend told me. “So I took a taxi. When I arrived home, my older sister […]
The Shameful Frailty of the Rural Healthcare System in India
If the healthcare infrastructure in India is not revived in the near future then it is bound to crumble and when that happens – it will severely affect the economy and the people.