Mustafa Demir


Health systems are in an important interaction with socioeconomic developments today. It is becoming almost impossible to get one without the other. The health systems in Germany and India, which are at a high level in terms of socioeconomic welfare orientation, are discussed in this study. It is aimed to reveal the results of a systematic examination of the health systems of the two countries by comparing the data obtained in the study, which aims to review the studies carried out on the health systems of the two countries between 2017-2020. As a result of the study, it was observed that studies were carried out on the policies followed by countries in the fight against the Covid-19 epidemic that emerged as of December 2019 and that the health system in Germany, which is a developed country, is based on a certain standard, but problems related to aging of the society have emerged. It has been observed that India, a developing country, has not yet reached the desired level of basic health indicators, and inequalities in access to the health system have not been prevented.


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