Finland: “I know I won’t get help” Inequality of healthcare in Finland

This report examines inequality in healthcare in Finland. Based on extensive background research and over a hundred interviews with patients, social and healthcare workers, authorities, and experts – this report reveals how the existence of parallel primary healthcare systems, coupled with periods of austerity measures and underfunding have left the Finnish healthcare system unable to ensure the right to health for all. The report provides recommendations for Finland to reduce inequality in healthcare and to promote the right to health for all, without discrimination.

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