Necessary Conditions for a Socialist Health Service
Health Care Analysis. 1997 Sep; 5(3): 205-216.
A socialist health service in a non-socialist society may be forced to stress care and rescue rather than prevention, health maintenance or the promotion of better health and more equal health status. A socialist health service ought to be 'integrated'. A socialist health service ought to provide universal and comprehensive care.
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