The Impact Of Globalization On Medical Care And Health

2082 Words Sep 4th, 2014 9 Pages
Abstract
Globalization has caused many changes around the world. It has also had an influence on medical care and health. Given the swift explosion of advances in transportation, communication, technology, and production means, globalization is now a threat to health of persons and their well-being globally. Along with issues domestically, health systems now have to deal with worldwide transferring of risks to health. Along with this rise in permanence has come the worry of locating shared aims in the management of health inequalities for all persons. Infectious diseases spread on a global level are related to key changes in people’s lifestyles and their environments. The effect of globalization on societal services and occupations has been damaging to health of populations, as well as, access to quality health care services for many people around the world. If globalization can be managed appropriately, it then can progress people’s health and health systems but only if the local markets are economical, asset concentration reasonable, access to public health is far-reaching, governing institutions solid, social safety nets are in the proper place, and rules of access to global markets are not excluded. When it pertains to health care, human resources can be defined as those kinds of non-clinical and clinical staff who are responsible for individual and public health interventions. Many questions and human resources issues come up when examining health care globally. Seeing…
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