Name: Jonathan Alexis Garcia Zamora
Student Number: 2616023
Name of the Course:
Delia Roman Porcayo
1. World Health in the Twenty First Century
Modular Learning Outcome
Date: Sep. 5, 2013
"Health Care Systems: Three International Comparisons", Maryann Baribault and Carey Cloyd, Consulted Sep. 5, 2013 from:
"Better Health for Evryone: Health Care in Two Worlds", Pakenham, K.E. (1998). Making Connections High Intermediate. (2nd ed.). Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 9780521542845
"Health Care Around the World", Anup Shah, consulted Sep. 5, 2013 from:
Data and Statistics, consulted Sep. 5, 2013 from:
Schieber, G. J.; J. P. Poullier; and L. M. Greenwald. 1991. "Health Care Systems in Twenty-Four Countrles." Health Affairs. Millwood, 10: 22-38.
Advanages of Health Care Coverage", eHow, consulted Sep. 5, 2013 from:
Title:Healthcare SystemsContents:The primary objective of any health care system is to provide adequate and effective medical care to the population. Health care systems may vary due to political and other factors. Factors may include location, access to care, basic needs of the populations as well as economic status. This may be the main reason why health care systems are different in every country around the world. However, the primary goal remains the same and that is to provide health care services for the people.There are two types of health care systems: public and private. The public system is held by the government, while the private system is held by enterprises. The government, through taxation, is able to give health places to all the population. It also seeks to improve the health of communities by promoting healthy lifestyles and public campaigns of education and research. The government must evaluate the health needs of people; investigate about possible risks for human health and trying to prevent them. They should try to manage resources to ensure that its services reach as many people as possible. But it's true that in many countries public health systems do not cover all the necessary treatments, because of the expensive machinery...