With the US presidential election now upon us politics has become all the rage. And not just in the Land of the Free but healthcare was one of the issues which effected the UK’s decision to vote to leave the European Union.
With Obamacare and the future of socialised medicine such as the UK’s National Health Service up for discussion many of us think the subject is vital.
So it would be great if you could take part in our poll below.
It would be great if you could use the comments box to tell us what is the biggest issue in healthcare in your country and how it will impact on your vote.
As some of our regular readers will know we are running some rolling research into global perceptions on healthcare provision. This is being done by using a series of online polls ( as opposed to surveys) of which this is the second one.
Our overall objective is to find out how users of healthcare think healthcare can be improved.
So what will we do with this research? Well apart from giving you a voice we plan to put together a report which gives the suggestions of our readers as to how best to reform global healthcare.
Which means that anything you wish to share both in the polls but also in the comments section will be very useful to us.
I have to say the results of the first poll were eye-opening. We asked our readers if they thought that that the Doctors acted as they they were lying to them. You can check out the startling and shocking results here.
Thanks very much in advance for your help with the research!
Healthcare reform seems to be the watchword of the day.
From Obamacare in the USA to the restructuring of the National Health Service in Great Britain the whole globe is chaning the way health is organised.
Not just that but a raft of new technologies and techniques are becoming available. Add to this the rise of generic medical products which leads to lower costs especially in developing nations then we have a very interesting future,
But our interest today is a bit different. yes there have been loads of changes. But have they actually improved or even changed the quality of the healthcare we receive as members of the public?
To answer this question we have decided to run a short poll to find out what our readers think.
The poll is below and it would be great to find out what you think!