should be operated by profit-oriented providers is up for debate. I believe there are profound repercussions if
phenomenon will enlarge the gap between the wealthy and the deprived. If medical systems are designed for being profit chasing, limited manpower and resources will be occupied by the top 1% and
will force the poor resort to suffer from curable disease and lower
. Countries without public health services
as the US,
, is one of the regions where underprivileged people are trapped in a vicious circle of being ill without insurance cover for prohibitive medical bills.
, fundamental researches often involve long-term investment, which may not
, could be dismissed due to funding issues. The new mRNA vaccines for COVID-19,
, took more than 20 years of investment and are lifesavers during
On the other hand
, there are various problems for non-profit
providers. Financial supports are
constant challenges. Regions with national health services, even though with
aid from governments, still plagued by
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distribution of service users. Some patients taking the
systems for granted, maybe visit
unit for less serious symptoms and wear out medical staff.
, doctors and nurses are losing their motivation towards advanced researches and techniques. Taiwan which is famous
, are facing the looming trend of no youngsters in the medicare workforce.
In conclusion, governments should seek a balance of profit-oriented and welfare
systems to offer the public a sustainable society.