Primary care and Healthcare

When International Medical Industries run business on a global scale to make money by luring the affordable population with unnecessary advancements, there is a high demand for facing basic health needs. Even today, Primary healthcare is previlege for most developing and underdeveloped nations. Primary healthcare covers the majority of the health needs an individual may encounter. The truth is, Nearly half of the global population still lack access to essential primary healthcare. Ther is an estimated shortfall of 18 Million health workers globally. As per WHO, Data on Primary Healthcare is available for only 30 countries and only 8 of them spend atleast US$ 40 per person a year for primary healthcare.

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