Comparison and analysis of health care delivery system: Pakistan versus China
Keywords:Health Care System, Pakistan, China, Organizational Structure, Healthcare Reform
Healthcare delivery system is an arrangement that serves best to any country’s population with effective, efficient and fair distributions of resources, and funds through organized infrastructure to thrive well. Better health improves country’s labor force and ultimately raises human welfare and economic stability. This healthy labor force and productive human capital resources can be attained through structured healthcare facilities by the government for its people. Globally, health sectors varies from country to country and it depends on how much expenditures on health is been effectively utilized. In majority of the developing countries, private healthcare sectors, donor, and out of pocket expenditures are the primary contributors in health care services that may raise human capital and economic growth of the country. Whereas, public health sectors remains underprivileged due to structural fragmentation, lack of resources, and functional inabilities. This paper is mainly going to discuss about health care delivery system of Pakistan in comparison to China followed by organizational structure, analysis of both the healthcare systems and some recommendations to improve healthcare reform and its utilization.