Japan is the third largest economy in the world behind the USA and China. Japan has some of the best vital statistics in the world, including the lowest infant mortality rate and highest adult life expectancy. However, a rapidly ageing population has burdened the healthcare system both in terms of funding and facilities and is […]
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The Hungarian healthcare system is mostly state-funded with a long-term policy aimed at sustaining the system by offering optional services through privately-operated healthcare clinics and centers. Hungary spent € 8.59 bn in 2015 on healthcare, equal to 8.18% of its GDP.
A New Zealand Success Story: Fisher & Paykel Healthcare applying surgical procedure volumes insights
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare has come a long way from when it first started importing refrigerators and washing machines into New Zealand in 1934. Building an ensuing track record for handling and manufacturing mechanical appliances and responding to market demands, it is now a leading manufacturer and distributor of respiratory and acute care products in […]
The healthcare system in Norway is built on the principal of equal access to services for all inhabitants regardless of their socioeconomic status or geographical location. This same principal is part of the country’s national healthcare legislation and related strategic reforms.