Healthcare in Switzerland

The healthcare system in Switzerland is intended to promote general public health while encouraging personal responsibility, and you might think it is working because the country has some of the best life-expectancy figures in the world. Men can expect to live 80.5 years on average, and women 84.8 years. Health insurance is compulsory and is designed to cover the cost of necessary medical treatment including hospitalisation; within three months of being born there or moving to Switzerland, every individual must take out either basic cover or basic cover plus supplementary private health insurance. This photo shows a poster advertising one of the Swiss health insurance companies, ÖKK.
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