Bahrain Health 2013
Bahrain offers both citizens and residents a wide range of care provided by the government and the private sector. The government spent almost $557.86m on health care in 2011, which was an increase of close to 8% over 2010. Since that year it has been implementing a strategy to improve health care provision, which has focused, in large part, on integrating medical services and providing greater preventive care. The Supreme Council for Health, established in 2013, will set medical training standards, develop a range of policies on insurance and medical staff recruitment, and work to improve the effectiveness of coordination within the medical sector.
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