Why is it that health care is treated as a commodity?

Why is it that health care is treated as a commodity?

Health care is often viewed as a private commodity and therefore, it is treated with suspicion, distrust and even hostility by many people.

But, as health care becomes increasingly accessible, it also becomes an essential service that can transform lives.

The new generation of doctors, nurses and other professionals is more willing to take on new challenges and to use their expertise to improve lives.

In this article, we explore how these changes in the healthcare landscape have altered how we view health care and how the industry is changing.

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