Analysis of the Health Care Delivery System in Pakistan and Nepal

Mishal Liaqat, Muhammad Hussain, Iram Liaqat


The health care delivery system (HCDS) of a country plays a significant contribution to its development. The provision of effective, efficient, and quality health services leading to decreasing morbidity and mortality rate across the country. Primarily, these services are provided to promote, protect and maintain the health of every individual and enable them to take an active role in country development. Health is now a global issue and HCDS and its challenges are varies from country to country. Analysis of HCDS is important to determine its key resources, challenges and effective utilization of these resources. Here, we analyze HCDS of Pakistan in contrast to Nepal with aspects of health services, financing, health workforce, medical products and technologies, information, service delivery and give some recommendations at the end that address the key problems in the systems.

Keywords: HCDS, Pakistan, Nepal, Health workforce

DOI: 10.7176/JMPB/62-02

Publication date: December 31st 2019

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