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Anadolu Psikiyatri Derg. 2011; 12(1): 0-0


Privitization in Health Services

Orhan Došan.

Abstract
The right of healthy living is among basic human rights. This right is valid for everyone. Among various tasks and responsibilities, there are to protect and continue the community health. Especially by means of the concept of social government, this responsibility has become more important. Unfortunately, the capitalism has neglected this responsibility, and has become widespread. The health services were transformed to a merchandise. For this reason, the riches benefit from health services while the poors deprived of these services. Gradually, the opinion of privatization in health services becomes widespread and was taken steps. From point to view, the providing of health services on behalf of government is important and necessary. Otherwise, the health prob-lems of community, disability, and productive power will gradually be increase. For this reason, the privatization is not alternative for health services, but the usurp of human rights.



Article Language: Turkish English



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