Health Care Delivery System of Pakistan and Bangladesh: A Comparative Analysis

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Khudija Mushtaq
Muhammad Hussain
Muhammad Afzal
Syed Amir Gilani


Abstract: Health care delivery system is fair distribution, organization, and arrangement of health resources that serves best for any country’s population efficiently and effectively for the achievement of organizational goals. Health care services are the multiple services providing to an individual, families, and communities by health care providers who are skilled to prevent disease, promote health, cure illness for the purpose of maintaining and restoring good health. Human development and economic solidarity can be increased ultimately due to better health that labor of a country. Productive human capital resources and healthy labor force can be achieved by planned healthcare services by the government for its people. Worldwide, health regions contrasts from country to country, it depends on how much costs on health is been efficiently utilized. The primary contributors in health care services are private health sectors, donors, out of pocket expenditures in the most of developing countries which may increase human capital and economic growth of the country as, public health sectors remains deprived due to structural fragmentation, lack of resources, and functional inabilities. In this article we discuss about the healthcare delivery system of Pakistan versus Bangladesh such as organizational structure, analysis of both the healthcare systems, and some recommendations to improve healthcare reform and its application.

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Mushtaq K, Hussain M, Afzal M, Gilani SA. Health Care Delivery System of Pakistan and Bangladesh: A Comparative Analysis. Nat J Health Sci [Internet]. 2020Dec.17 [cited 2024Jun.17];5(1):35-41. Available from:
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