Human or animal health, the quality of healthcare, drug
innovation, treatment decisions and even approval of drugs
all depend on sequential interactions and simple economic
decisions. This article, focused on veterinary healthcare
delivery, written by Lloyd Reeve-Johnson MBBS, DVMS,
PhD, PGCert (Business Admin), FSB, FRCVS, Professor
of One Health, is one of a two-part series examining
human and veterinary healthcare delivery to illustrate how
each decision after we seek medical attention is part of
a predictable sequence, the totality of which describe a
healthcare system.

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