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National Health Systems Investigated in New Ian Youngman Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

23 Feb 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – In Puerto Rico, there are the same private as in the USA in the field of healthcare. Several thousand of local doctors have moved to other countries over the recent years, and most of them moved to the USA. The local healthcare system may face a crisis in the near term, and the local government cannot afford pouring money into healthcare/ Out of pockets prices are expected to go up, and costs for hospitals and other services are slated to follow this trend.

In Qatar, there is a state-owned healthcare provider that possesses eight hospitals. Besides, there is the compulsory social medical insurance scheme covering Qataris. The country will launch a pilot program for licensing and accreditation of healthcare facilities in March 2016.

In Romania, the local health service currently experiences a crisis since a large number of local doctors move to such European countries as the UK.  

New research report “National Health Systems 2016” worked out by Ian Youngman offers an in-depth analysis of healthcare systems across different countries (180 in total). The study contains detailed country profiles. It covers countries’ population, unveils tourism numbers and sheds light on politics and economy. The report delves deep into the healthcare systems and investigates healthcare reforms. The research study explores a state health insurance and reforms in this field. It covers pricing and looks at different segments of the healthcare system.

Report Details:

National Health Systems 2016
Published: February, 2016
Price: US$ 1,154.00

Other industries and markets covered by this publisher include:

More new studies by our market research partner are available at Ian Youngman page


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