What if health charities became extinct?
What if you didn’t need Health insurance to obtain world class diagnosis and treatment in remote reaches of the planet?
What if activities such as visiting your doctor, confidentiality sharing your health data with researchers, investing in your self managed super funds, and helping out with health initiatives in developing countries generated income to fund these “what ifs”?
Currently our healthcare is disjointed and dependant on where you live varies in health quality and cost. Unsustainable economic models that inflate value, exhaust resources, and centralise wealth and data are needing major reforms to ensure equitable access to healthcare across the globe.
The sheer cost of providing quality health care makes universal health care a large expense for governments. Most universal health care is funded by general income taxes or payroll taxes. Some countries mandate that everyone buy health insurance. A few countries rely on pre-payment. Most universal health care systems are funded by more than one of these funding methods.
UN Sustainable Development Goals
This Action Project has been assessed by dHealthNetwork to meet the criteria of the following UN Sustainable Development goals: