All healthcare systems are run in a different way than others because it is such a debatable subject. Some governments do not care about providing healthcare. Then other government like Canada will not let a single private party pay for healthcare the government pays or it. Then there is Sweden witch has arguably the best healthcare system in the world, and they run their healthcare system like a communist government.
Then there is Economy, how strong an individual countries financial base? Not all countries have the same amount of money to work with so some of the poorest nations aren’t able to pay for healthcare. There are other countries that have the money but the money is not focused on healthcare. There are a lot of countries that do not have the technology or the infrastructure so support a healthcare system.
My last point I have to say is that money isn’t a factor. I have picked out three instances that show that money isn’t a factor in developing healthcare systems. The country of Andorra has the longest lie expectancy in the world, and only has a yearly income of 333.5 million, but Swaziland has the lowest lie expectancy in the world and has a yearly income of 984.6 million per year. The U.S.A. rank 45th in the world when it comes to life expectancy and it is the country with the most debt at -862,300,000,000. China is the richest country in the world with roughly 179,100,000,000 in their bank account but they rank 103rd in lie expectancy.
I believe that to solve the problem of having such an inconsistency in the world when it comes to healthcare needs to be...