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Regulation is important in the health care area, but it, what the difference between the countries is how they regulate. You can over regulate the health care system, or you can regulate as less as possible. My meaning is that it is in marketing oriented systems, it is necessary that we don’t regulate too much.
I think health regulation in health care systems is important, because health care is not a good like all others, it is focused on people. And that’s why you need regulation, but the “Countries should not over regulate their health care systems, because then it becomes often inefficient.”
We have similar problems in all developed countries, in all of these countries you have the problem that the population becomes older, not enough children are born, and the health care systems are not focused on the patients, they are focused on the physicians.
Developed countries have similar problems in this area. They, a lot of doctors don’t discuss the illness with their clients, and the next thing is that the health care systems are not patient focused in these countries.
All developed countries have, you know, some problems in this area, the medical costs grew up and the population become older, and we don’t have enough children in much developed countries, so you have more and more a split between the rising costs of the health care system, and on the other side the decreasing income in healthcare, in the healthcare systems.
So We have to change the health care systems in a lot of developed countries, but it is not so easy because these countries are, mostly are democratic countries, and, as everybody knows that, “Changes in democratic countries are not so easy, so we have to make small reform steps and we have to be a little bit patient.”
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