The Quality Of Health In The World

Talk is a necessity, listen to an art. The health problem is very significant for the world, especially for those countries less developed, where getting sick often is fatal, especially not only by the absence of services which can encourage him in his recovery, but by absence of programs of Governments that ensure safeguarding the health of its citizens, as the same case that concerns us in Latin America, specifically Venezuela, where getting sick is extremely dangerous, given the inefficient that is and has been the health service. Coupled with all others at the high cost of medicines, to the fees of doctors who charge their services at a high cost in where many do not have access to them and since then, the results are fatal. Costs often accept, as a country with revenues that gives its main product as it is of black gold oil is not well managed in favour of two extremely important aspects to the Venezuelan in their quality of life: health and education. Unacceptable is that with the currencies entering do not give the health programs which incidentally to a quality of life better than are currently, where the Venezuelan this shelter with such care that has the right, where his social security for health is optimal, because there are resources to achieve it. In an interesting study about the quality of health, developed by Wharton Universia, says, that in a world that advances in technology and the ease of travel continuously put in check to national borders, health problems can increase rapidly, threatening the lives and prosperity of many stocks. In all the developing world, infectious and chronic diseases challenge to more than one billion people living in poverty. Rich countries are facing their own difficulties when they are forced to find ways to finance the sophisticated medical care. To ensure significant progress on health for all, Governments and for-profit and non-profit organizations need to find a way of stimulating solutions innovative and revolutionary not only for treating existing diseases, but also to improve the delivery of health services.