Health Care Systems in Finland, Afghanistan, and Norway

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Health care system world widely is a very important issue. According to WHO is that a good health system delivers quality services to all people, when and where they need them. The exact configuration of services fluctuates from country to country, but in all cases requires a stable financing mechanism such are a well-trained and adequately paid workforce; reliable information on which to base decisions and policies; well maintained facilities and logistics to deliver quality medicines and health (WHO a)
That says it all in my opinion. Good attentions to provide health care world widely.
The concept of health is very complex. We all understand the meaning of it in different ways. Health care system in Finland is a foregone conclusion in
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The history of occupational health care goes all the way back to 1930, when large-scale industry was a growing thing in Finland. The department of occupational health was established in 1951 by occupational medicine. The modern version of that was established in 1971.
In Finland the employer has an obligation to provide occupational health care to all employees. It is based to the law of occupational health.
The goal of occupational Health Care Act is to adjust occupational health services to all the employers, so they can provide it to all the employees (Antti-Poika ym. Työterveyshuolto 2003)
According to occupational Health Care Act 12§, a good occupational health care is effective and high- quality. (Antti-Poika ym. Työterveyshuolto 2003)
The employer can provide the services what’s the occupational Health Care Act means. They can provide them throw public health care, or from private health care.

3 HEALTH CARE SYSTEM IN AFGHANISTAN

Afghanistan is a country in south- Asia with population nearly 30million people. There are three neighbours that are Turkmenistan, Tadžikistan and Iran. Afghanistan has one the worst health status in the world
The main health issues are currently high death in maternity and lack of sanitation and fresh water. Epidemical situation is also one of topics, including TB

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