Do we cast Filipino nurses as “global goods” rather than “domestic providers” of health care? Do we implicate them as sources of remittance income rather than for their potential contributions to the local health system? Trade in health services is continuously growing. There are four ways based on the General Agreement on Trade in Services … Continue reading Filipino nurse: a global good?
Trade in health services, especially the migration of healthcare professionals (HCPs), is continuously growing. As such, developing countries such as the Philippines, export healthcare professionals to other countries (mostly developed countries). The liberalization of trade in health services, espoused by the ASEAN Integration, has further promoted this migration of health professionals. Since the “world price” … Continue reading Pen Point 37