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Global Medical Access World Map
Transcript of Global Medical Access World Map
Red represents Top 5 countries with the worst health care systems.
Green represents Top 5 countries with the best health care systems.
Luxembourg has the highest annual rate of alcohol consumption at 15.5 liters per person
Lowest doctor/patient ratio: 169/1
All general services are covered100%
People are refunded 70% cost of general medical expenses
Citizens are refunded 100% of long-term care, costly illnesses, and treatments given by government run medical care
Rest of expenses covered by private, non-profit insurers
Government funds and runs health services through a system of clinics
By law all registered citizens and residents get the same healthcare access
Adopted the French health care system and so it's very good
System is jointly overseen by Parliament, the Ministry of Health and Welfare, the National Health Service, and the Social Security Office.
All citizens and registered residents can get care which is paid by government run and tax-funded insurance.
In 2003, Ethiopia had only 3 doctors per 100,000 people.
Life Expectancy: 42 years
Infant mortality rate: 10% of babies die during or shortly after birth
Life Expectancy: 44 years
High infant mortality rate
World's highest maternal death rate- 2,000 deaths per every 100,000 births
World's second least developed country in medical care
Every 30 minutes, 14 kids die from preventable causes
Since 2002, things have improved a bit due to international support
Today about 64 % of the population has access to some kind of health care facility.
Early 2000s- 3 doctors every 100,000 people
Infant mortality rate 2011- 100 babies per every 100,000 births
One in five children dies before his/her fifth birthday often of malaria
87% have access to healthcare
Two doctors and two paramedics per 100,000 people.
The average life expectancy at birth in 2004 was estimated to be 52 for females and 50 for males. In 2009, it was estimated that there were as few as 10 physicians per 100,000 people, in addition, there were only 41 nurses, and 13 midwives per 100,000 people.
healthvotes.com,19 Countries with the Best Healthcare, March 5,2013
healthfiend.com,Top 10 Countries with Worst Health, March 5,2013