I agree with K.Thanachol and K.Tullaya and I’d like to add more opinions on how I think our UHC could have been better if we would be able to balance our national healthcare workforce and financing. As we know most of our healthcare workforce is sponsored by the government for their training. It means taxes have been distributed to generate resources since the beginning. Like K Tullaya said, UHC covers around 70% of population but I do not think our public resourcing and spending is proportionate. The private hospital is getting bigger especially when it comes to acquiring resources including physician and nurses. The un-proportional make the tension between patient and healthcare workforce in public hospital where most of the patient are covered by UHC. The responsiveness is not well improved. Despite the fact that the patient’s satisfactory is getting better but counter to the UHC from public healthcare worker is rising due to workload and quality of life of healthcare worker. This issue represents a lot about the governance of our national health authorities and stakeholders. It is said, conflict of interest in healthcare is a huge issue. I think this is the most barriers that the government seems to ignore in order to improve our UHC.
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