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Healthcare Model Presentation
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Inequality in the Mexican health care organization and how it can be addressed Student’s Name Grade Course Tutor’s Name (11th, Nov. 2013) Inequality in the Mexican health care organization and how it can be addressed Introduction Mexico is one of the few countries that has made major strides towards providing accessible healthcare services for all citizens, through a system of both private and public healthcare arrangement that has seen 50% of the countries population being covered by the public healthcare system, while the rest of the 50% is financing the healthcare services from their own pockets (Barraza-Llorens et al., 2002).
The inequality in the Mexican healthcare is being felt in two folds. The first aspect of the inequality is the urban-to-rural inequality, where the population in the urban areas of the country has a better healthcare access, compared to those living in the rural areas (Garman, Johnson & Royer, 2011). The other aspect of the inequality in the Mexican healthcare system occurs in the form of the rich-to-poor healthcare access inequality, where the rich are better placed to access both high quality and also affordable healthcare services, compared to the poor, whose access to healthcare is hindered by both cost and distance to healthcare service facilities (Ruelas, 2002). Therefore, in addressing the inequality in the Mexican healthcare, both aspects of the rural-urban coverage as well as the rich-poor healthcare disparity are the core issues that must be resolved. ...
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