Write an essay that compares and contrasts some of the features of Australia’s health care system, with those of a different country’s health care system.

Write an essay that compares and contrasts some of the features of Australia’s health care system, with those of a different country’s health care system. The essay must address the following points: 1. Discuss the overall structure of the Australia

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All material, information and ideas presented in the essay are cited using APA 6 referencing.

In-text references and a separate page reference list are required.

A minimum of 15 references cited. All material, information and ideas presented in the essay are sourced appropriately from journal articles, academic textbooks (less than five years since publication) and websites.

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Subject:

Write an essay that compares and contrasts some of the features of Australia’s health care system, with those of a different country’s health care system.

The essay must address the following points:

1. Discuss the overall structure of the Australian health care system compared to the other country’s health care system.
2. Examine the funding models for both health care systems; reviewing the roles and contributions of the government, private insurance companies and the individual.
3. Compare and contrast the health outcomes of each health care system to global averages.
4. Identify health care policies and the social impact of health care delivery to Indigenous populations or minorities groups within each country.
5. Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of both health care systems.
6. Outline one primary health care, a preventative health care program or a health promotion program that highlights the Australian health