Well, you may not quite understand this, Mr. Hinttler, but England and Canada are English speaking countries. That does make a great difference.
I understand: English speaking health care and health insurance is different to that in mot English-speaking countries.
Health certainly is language dependent.
Well, you may not quite understand this, Mr. Hinttler, but England and Canada are English speaking countries. That does make a great difference. However, if you have statistics which show that Scotland has a marvelous Health Care System, pass them along.
Well, Scotland is an English speaking country, too.
I've nothing said about the status of the Scottish NHS - but I do think, when you refer to the English, you could do so to the Scotish as well.
Or, even better, tell us about the best health system in the world--Germany's. The Germans have always exelled in most endeavors--have they not?
Teach us, Mr. Hinteler!
I've done so a couple of times on this thread - but I've never thought that Germany has the best health system.
The oldest, yes (since 1883 by law, earlier in guilds etc).
I don't know if this "excelled in most endeavors" - but nearly all other countries with a (mandatory) health care insurence/system have copied ours.
But, you are joking about Switzerland, right? They present the world with a country that is envied throughout the world by most.
But not by Harry Lime in "The Third Man" who pointed out that although Switzerland had had peace and prosperity for years, they have been able to produce no more than the Cuckoo Clock!
Well, it seems that Graham Greene (who wrote the script) had a better knowledge of Switzerland than Welles (who added that quote).