HEALTH SYSTEMS OF THE WORLD – SAUDI ARABIA PROFILING A CONSULTANT’S VIEW OF THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM OF SAUDI ARABIA

@inproceedings{Baranowski2009HEALTHSO,
  title={HEALTH SYSTEMS OF THE WORLD – SAUDI ARABIA PROFILING A CONSULTANT’S VIEW OF THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM OF SAUDI ARABIA},
  author={John A. Baranowski},
  year={2009}
}
  • John A. Baranowski
  • Published 2009
• In early 2000 the World Health Organization’s global evaluation of health care rated Saudi Arabia as 26th in the world and the United States as 37th in health care. For a youthful kingdom this surprising position may be unjustified and perhaps short lived. Significant overall population health shifts are rapidly occurring in Saudi Arabia. The new kingdom’s lifestyle coupled with a rising level of comfort and aging population as well as disdain toward exercise is sure to exacerbate the present… CONTINUE READING

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