Based on the Russian Federation, analyze its health system in terms of cost, quality, and access to care, see below

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Based on the Russian Federation, analyze its health system in terms of cost, quality, and access to care. Discuss how Russian Federation is different from the United States. Politics, culture, wealth, history and environmental factors influence the development and distribution of health services. Your analysis should speak to the following elements:

Impact on vulnerable population (elderly, children, mental ill, etc)

  • Women’s health and maternal child health
  • Disease management of communicable and non-communicable diseases
  • The theory and practice of health promotion
  • Behavioral and lifestyle factors that affect health and illness

Include appropriate comparison and contrasts with the health systems of countries that were covered in this course such as Canada, France, Japan, the United Kingdom, and Italy, Brazil, Cuba, Ghana, and India.

  • Must be 7 to 8 pages doubled space, use at least 6-8 scholarly sources, formatted in APA style.

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Running head: HEALTH SYSTEM

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Introduction
When it comes to the Russian Federation, it is worth noting that provision for healthcare
happens to be one of the primary social functions of the state, and this covers prevention of
illnesses, delivery of medical care as well as improvement of the health of the population.
Immediately after the February and October revolutions of the year 1917, the main feature
attached to the Russian health care revolved around the creation of a single state medical
treatment and what is recognized as prevention system. The country’s health indicators had
improved considerably by the mid-1960s. However, the nation for a long time has had to deal
with various challenges as far as the health care system is concerned. Beginning in the year 1998,
the Russian Federation Government has focused on implementing an annual program with the
sole intention to offer guaranteed free medical care to Russian citizens and the state budget funds
this program. Therefore, this paper revolves around an analysis of the health system of the
Russian Federation regarding cost, quality and access to care, and a comparison and contrast of
the health care system of Russian with other countries such as the United States.
Russian Federation Health System
Following the election of Vladimir Putin in the year 2000, he focused on pushing for
significant growth in spending for public healthcare in the country of Russia. Health care in the
state exceeded the pre-1991 level in the year 2006, and this saw the life expectancy increasing
tremendously. In the same year, 2006, the federal government initiated national projects plan that
permitted an additional $3.2 billion in spending in the area of health care, covering the buying of
medical equipment, salaries of medical service providers, as well as the construction of what is
known as the eight high-tech medical centers in the country’s outlying regions (Gordeev,

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Pavlova, & Groot, 2011). The head of state, Putin, again in the year 2011 announced the
government’s plan for large-scale health care restructuring pledging to set aside more than three
hundred billion rubles with the aim of making better the health care system in the nation over the
next couple of years. The president also increased the compulsory medical insurance tax
provided by or in other words paid by firms for obligatory medical insurance from 3.10% to
5.10%. The nation is identified as self-sufficient hence not dependent on international assistance
as far as its health care funding requirements are concerned. Russia is a well-known big nation,
and because regional budgets fund is what fund the majority of health care expenses, it is of great
significance to remember that the quality of health care obtainable differs widely across the
nation.
Even though there are relatively poor s...

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