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Other countries, other standards - Medicine in an international context
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Comparing international health care systems with one another is a challenge. All too often there is a lack of valid indicators and equipment to be able to apply successful programs of individual, nationally varying grown structures to another health care system. For starters, making the first step by taking an interested look at the bigger picture can help for instance to gather new ideas on how to handle new medical technology, medical standards and their implementations. And sometimes a self-assessment is also intriguing by critically examining characteristics in our own country. How can medical treatment services be implemented for immigrants for example? Find out more in our Topic of the Month.
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