The US IF you're a millionaire.
The tiny mega-rich countries like Andorra and Luxembourg do very well, but it helps having a country the size of a tomato and a median income of 100,000 or something insane like that. France has an AMAZING health care system, and its cheap to boot.
England and Canada have potentially strong systems which have been badly damaged by political games.
I am not sure,
If you don't take cost into account, I think America might actually be pretty good. That is if you have endless money to throw at the problem.
I think Scandinavia is supposed to have one of the best reputations in Europe. A lot of it probably depends on the specific issue you need treated.
Probably America (if you can afford it) and for some things Cuba - if your broke and/or entitled then probably the UK
Contrary to the populist here, America has the best healthcare. I'm currently taking cancer treatments, in the facility I visit, I have talked with people from England, Canada, and other countries, they are here taking the treatments, due to the lengthy wait to be treated and or not being offered a different type of treatment.
Surely ObamaCare is designed to make healthcare more accessible to everyone rather than skewed towards the more wealthy. That shouldn't affect the quality of your treatment.
Cuba & Philippines.
come to italy. i hate being here but depending on the region the quality health care is very thorough, theyre not quick to write an rx for drugs unless all other natural attempts failed unless you are old.
Denmark has the best.
France and Germany have the BEST treatment, England treats everybody but usually treats them wrongly.
Yes, you are probably right there, but I have heard of a few people having good treatment in France, which maybe biases me.
America probably because the healthcare industry (along with related insurance companies) make so much money.
Although it's not as good as it used to be my Alberta Healthcare is free, I get everything I need, by good physicians. If you want a room to yourself or pay alot of money on meds or glasses, or need an ambulance or 80-100% dental coverage than you might also want to buy into blue cross.
The ones which outsource their clinical trials
NOT IN INDIA for sure:d
No, most Indian doctors are now in America.
lol! i know
That is not true, people do come to India for having surgeries that cost them too much to get it done in their own countries
I don't know what's in India but I know there are tons of Indian doctors in America.
not my country of course.
People beat me to the suggestion of looking at rankings of health outcomes. Most nations that actually invest in their people do well.
Of course, America is not one of them. Americans have no shame, otherwise they would be asking themselves why our health care is so poor.
England,,thats why so many people come here for tretment,,then run away without paying.
true but its not great quality is it
yes it is.
being ruined by people who don't pay anything in to it though.
@bill We do heal people in Britain. You may not get 5 star accommodation while you are in hospital but who wants to pay for that anyway.