Addressing the loss of health care professionals

Around the world, public health care systems are in crisis. From India to Australia, nations in the developing and developed world are struggling to meet the expectations of their local populations.

The Caribbean is no exception.

There are multiple reasons for this. In the Anglophone Caribbean, demographic change has seen a surge in the nature and volume of demand as populations age and birth rates continue to increase; developments taking place at a time when the desire for low tax environments have made it difficult for governments to respond to societal expectations.

The consequence is that public health care …to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In

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