China Country Profile

China has established a well-developed healthcare system that provides infectious disease control, emergency care, outpatient services, and inpatient services. Every city and county also has at least one traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) hospital, and most medical institutions and health facilities have a TCM department. Learn more about China's healthcare system to help you prepare for your upcoming studies in China.

Brasil Country Profile

Brasil's Sistema Único de Saúde (SUS) has been widely recognized as an example of successful healthcare reform in Latin America. Improvements to the management of the universal system and the expansion of primary healthcare have contributed to expanded coverage and access and improved patient outcomes. Read our country profile to learn more about conducting research in Brasil.

Sweden Country Profile

The country of Sweden has a long tradition of delivering high quality, economically viable healthcare. Over the past 20 years, Sweden has an average reinvestment of 9.2 percent of its GDP annually on healthcare. However, around 70 percent of healthcare services are funded through local government taxes. Learn more about Sweden’s healthcare system in this country profile.

United Kingdom Country Profile
United Kingdom

The United Kingdom (UK) is a sovereign state located off the north-western coast of Europe, made up of four nations: England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. Healthcare in the UK is handled at a subnational level with England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales each having their own systems of publicly-funded healthcare. Learn more by reading our United Kingdom Country Profile.

France Profile

The population of France has experienced marginal year-over-year growth for decades, while wealth has risen, leading to a highly developed country with a stable population model. Learn about France's healthcare in this country profile.

Japan Profile

Over the last twenty years, Japan’s healthcare spending has been on the rise and this trend is expected to continue. A fast-growing, aging population and increasing cases of chronic diseases make Japan a long-term growth market for pharmaceutical companies. Between 2014 and 2018, healthcare spending is expected to rise by an average of three percent a year, reaching around 10 percent of GDP by the end of 2018.

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