Tag Archives | Health system

Vantovyjj most, the bridge in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, view from the left bank.

Evaluating Local Health Options

A country’s local health system is going to look more or less like the one back home; the main variations will be in quality and how some of the bureaucratic details are set up (as in the previous post). Here we’ll just do a quick rundown of things to consider about any given national public […]

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Waszyngtona Ave and Devil's Bridge, Krakow, Poland for health care

Comparing Health Care Systems as an Expat

Would You Like a Samashko with that Beveridge? In this article we are going to give a rundown of different public health care systems from around the globe. As an expat your mission (especially if you have a family or loved ones involved) is to organize access to the best possible health care in any […]

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