Although Singapore has half the number of doctors per head of population compared to Australia and with limited if any natural resources other than its hard working people and the vision of its leaders, Singapore has become the world's most efficient providers of high quality first world health care.
"Singapore is unique among developed countries in achieving excellent health outcomes at a low economic cost. Part of it success may be attributable to its health financing system, which combines individual responsibility with targeted subsidies."
In 20 years Singapore has proven what many predicted: namely, that a health care financing system based on individual responsibility for health care costs will outlast and outperform the Socialist system of "free health care" for all on demand.

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