Countries with universal government-funded health system

In this system (also known as single-payer healthcare) government-funded healthcare is available to all citizens regardless of their income or employment status. Some countries may provide healthcare to non-citizen residents, while some may require them to buy private insurance:

Countries with universal public insurance system

In these countries workers have social insurance. Usually government withholds part of their wage, which is divided between employee and employer. People who don't have legal contract of employment and/or can't register as unemployed may be ineligible for free health care:

Countries with universal public-private insurance system

In this system some people receive healthcare via primary private insurance, while people who are ineligible for it, from government:

Countries with universal private health insurance system

In this system people receive healthcare via private insurance, usually subsidies by the government for low-income citizens:

Countries with non-universal insurance system

In this system some citizens have private health insurance, some are eligible for subsidized public health care, while some are not insured at all:

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