David, [David Chandler, UK]
Thanks for your reply. You are correct in that a majority of the world does not have access to even a reasonable degree of healthcare. Many not even basic human rights.
Some simple questions:
1. Where is the data and the analysis that identifies those places & people?
2. Where is the analysis that identifies the specific problems for each group of people?
I believe there is a major cultural problem that puts all these issues into one overwhelming issue that remains unsolved.
Does someone in India dying from a lack of oxygen provide a suitable excuse for an appalling managerial neglect in Melbourne?
If high income countries can't do quality right, why would we expect LMIC to achieve any better?
HIFA profile: Mark Cantor is a Health Consumer Representative and is based in Australia. He is a HIFA catalyst for the WHO-HIFA project on Learning for Quality Health Services.
markacantor AT me.com