My Field Of Interest On Health Care

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I chose to do my field of interest on health care and I will be doing it on a global level. I feel like health care all over the world is not equal for everyone. I am going to focus on 3 different countries and also focus on how men and women get different health care options within their country. The countries I will be comparing will be Canada, Czech Republic and South Africa. These countries are very different when it comes to health care systems and there is a lot of unfairness on how people are allowed to receive health care.
The first county I am going to look at is Canada. The health care in Canada is very fair when it comes to the treatment of making sure that everyone has health care. In
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The province typically provides funding for most additional services. These can include visits to the hospital, prescription medication, routine visits to your doctor and dental coverage. If we look at the private health insurance, this type of insurance is provided because not all of the services are covered under the provincial health insurance. Some things that the provincial health care does not cover are dental services, optometrists, and prescription medications. Private health insurance plans are usually offered as part of employee benefit packages in many companies. Incentives usually include vision and dental care. Alternatively, Canadians can purchase insurance packages from private insurance providers. Accessing Canada 's health care has its benefits and downfalls. The benefits of accessing the health care system in Canada are; being able to receive health care for free if you need it. If you have a major injury and cannot afford it, it will be covered under a reasonable amount. The downfalls of the health care system in Canada are; the demand for doctors is so large because the population is growing but not enough people wanting to become doctors. The current ratio for doctors to Canadians is about 1 doctor to approximately 1000 Canadians. This is an extreme amount of people for one person to deal with. This also causes an issue for waiting time when
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