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Travel Insurance Statistics Singapore

Healthcare in Singapore

Healthcare in Singapore

Singapore is a small city-state that likely isn’t as well known to you as some of the other countries we’ve discussed before. But they’ve got one of the most fascinating health care systems around. It’s cheap, it’s pretty much universal, and it achieves some amazingly strong outcomes. It’s also much different in structure than other systems we’ve covered before. Watch and learn – you’ll be glad you did.

If you want to learn more, there’s pretty much only one book you need to read. It’s short, it’s awesome, and it’s still free in Kindle format. It’s called Affordable Excellence: The Singapore Health System, and you can get a copy here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CDUS7WS/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=B00CDUS7WS&linkCode=as2&tag=dotswyogu-20

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19 Comments

  1. Some may see this as an advert for health care privatization but listen: "Heavily regulated, "control over salaries", "the market fails in health care", "the public system plays the dominant role", "bulk purchasing power".

  2. Cool video! Although some people don't really appreciate the CPF account, since part of your salary is ""taken"" away, this shows a nice breakdown and simple to digest infomation!

  3. honestly, Singapore is some kind of a Fascist country. I say this because they have a mixed economy: not pure capitalism, not pure socialism. it's a combination of both.

  4. The healthcare in Singapore once thought that I was unhealthy but I was actually healthy and I knew it. Because of no one listens because you humans only look at what does the paper and computer says, listen to those who you think knows better (not me who you think that I am unhealthy) and didn't consider anything else. I nearly lost everything (including my life)

  5. Singapore also doesn't have 65% of its population overweight or obese like we do here in the States. I'm opposed to universal healthcare because I don't want my taxes to pay for some disgusting fatass to continue to engorge themselves while I struggle every day to stay thin & healthy. We should bring back fat camps here in the States; only then will I support UH.

  6. This souds like a pretty good way to do healthcare. The biggest problem I see for the Us is that fact that most of our hospitals are not run by the government so creating different classe so service would be difficult. They are however non-profit and so their goals pretty much align with the patients.

  7. This souds like a pretty good way to do healthcare. The biggest problem I see for the Us is that fact that most of our hospitals are not run by the government so creating different classe so service would be difficult. They are however non-profit and so their goals pretty much align with the patients. In fact I am a realy big fan of singapores social seciurty system of useing mandatory saveings account

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