Inequality in health and social care means people who are rich have more favorable treatment regarding health and social care. For example, if a rich person needs medical care for a health problem, health care organizations will give him medical treatment quickly and by latest medical procedures available as compared to a poor person. The poor person may have to wait longer for any treatment and may not get the best care that is needed. Same thing applies for social care where a rich person is most welcome at social gatherings and associations as well as sports clubs. In contrast, a poor person may be ignored by their colleagues at these organizations and may not friendly to him/her.