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Healthcare in Burawa is a fully nationalized, socially funded system delivered under the Ministry of Health of Burawa. Healthcare was introduced as a core right during the creation of the modern Burawa constitution of in 1925 and had been actualized under the Qallahere Plan in 1927 after the privatization of all health insurance companies and hospitals under the Healthcare for Burawa Organization (DCA). In the early years of the DCA system, especially during and immediately after the Great Adonia War, had become one of the most expensive and inefficient healthcare systems in the world due to the lack of trained physicians, overcrowding and general lack of funding due to the diversion of funds towards promoting socialism abroad.
Reforms in the 1960s, as well as increased profits from Oil and Gas sales had allowed the government of Burawa to improve the system, ultimately resulting in one of the cheapest per capita healthcare systems in the world. Burawa has employed multiple systems for improving and retaining healthcare talent, including free education for medical students and greater societal integration. Healthcare spending in Burawa is around 5.7% of its national GDP. The DCA system covers all forms of medical treatment, including prescription drugs, dentistry and optometry.
Inequality of Treatment to non-citizens
Burawa has a highly restriction and priority system in place for all those who utilize the DCA system. Many criticisms have been brought up that legal residents and tourists have had to wait much higher wait times to receive the same amount of care as citizens are.