Private healthcare
Private sector stalls implementation of nurses’ minimum wage in Brazil

Nurses employed in Brazil’s private health sector are still not being paid salaries defined by law, as employers continue to delay implementation

Saving the ISAPRE would be one more injustice in the Chilean health system

Private health insurance companies in Chile, commonly referred to as ISAPRE, are failing to provide essential health coverage for all—and the Boric administration is looking into changing the system

Amit Sengupta’s reflections on the effects of globalization on healthcare

Multilateral and bilateral institutions as well private philanthropy have had an outsized role in shaping the global health policy agenda. In this piece, Amit Sengupta traces the changes globalization has brought to global health governance.

Victims of neoliberalism, poor countries face consequences in healthcare systems

The Tricontinental Institute gathered reports from healthcare professionals and analyzed the situation in some countries