Today I was pointed out by Xander Koolman to a great video by The Economist that, indeed, should be mandatory viewing for all in healthcare.
The proportion of households spending over 10% of their income on health has risen by 40% since 2000. This film explores how poor nations can make health care affordable for their citizens. The film looks at ways to fund and deliver this and shows how countries such as Thailand and Rwanda are leading the way. Covid-19 thrust healthcare into the global spotlight. Could the pandemic be the catalyst for global health reform?
Let’s start there: take a 13-minute break with coffee or tea and have a look first.
So what are your takeaways here? Looking forward to the comments, and I can assure you that this aspect will be part of the program of Our Future Health in 2024.