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The McDonald's Model

Patient centricity. Health outcomes. Quality of care as it relates to affordability. Access to treatment. The nature of competition in the marketplace.

These are the main challenges to healthcare in India. 527 more words

Global Health

The Affordable Care Act and the International U.S. Expat...

 

What U.S. Expats Need to Know

When the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was implemented, many small employer groups discontinued their employee health insurance programs and directed their employees to the exchanges to find care. 1,353 more words

Expatriate Medical Insurance

Global Health in 2015 – via Global Health, Epidemiology and Genomics

This post was written by Anna Louise Barr and originally posted on the Global Health, Epidemiology and Genomics blog – read more at: http://journals.cambridge.org/gheg

A review of the year’s most notable global health news stories, events and research breakthroughs, and a look towards future challenges in 2016 and beyond.

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Infectious Diseases

World struggles not to tell Charlie Sheen ‘I told you so’‏

The sad news of that star of ‘Anger Management’ was diagnosed with HIV four years ago, has naturally been greeted by an outpouring of empathy and a subliminal sense of ‘we did warn you’.   218 more words

Satire

Health is a human right.

Proposition:

A human right is a fundamental right of being a human. There are two sides to this proposition argument. First, if you are born healthy you have the right to continue to be in perfect health for the duration of your natural life. 743 more words

Links for Medical Work Overseas

Here is a list of organisations I have assisted in. Click on the links to get involved.

Asia

Phase Nepal : Mentoring Villiage Health Care workers in rural Nepal.   171 more words

Rural Medicine

Scientists confirm laughing at James Corden is a 'a sign of impending dementia'

The University College London has discovered a correlation between frontotemporal dementia and enjoying the self-congratulatory smirk worn by the host of ‘The Late Late Show’.  Even remotely finding James Corden amusing can be a clear indicator of mental ill health, haemorrhoids and an outbreak scurvy. 171 more words

Satire