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This is a survey regarding medical care and other types of welfare insurances, proposed by an Utanian research centre in April 21st 306.

Key:
Aethelnia flag Aethelnia; National flag Allacoa; CimFlag Cimera; Flag-portocapital Porto Capital; Rosardan NatFlag Rosardan; Rovens-flaguita Rovens; Scwflag Shaelia; Utfn United Territories of Fiarria and Nuarmia; Utania Utania; FRWNationalSmall Whiland.

-Does your nation offer...
FRWNationalSmall Flag-portocapital Free healthcare for all
x Free healthcare but for an extra tax or fee
Utfn Free-ish healthcare, but with only the basics covered
x Subsidised healthcare, you or your insurance pays the difference
Utania Rovens-flaguita Aethelnia flag CimFlag Mostly private healthcare, the state offering free healthcare to the poor
Rosardan NatFlag Scwflag Mostly private healthcare, the state-topping up insurance for the poor
National flag Entirely private healthcare, the state having no role at all
x Other
-Does your nation have...
x Nationalised health-providers only
x Nationalised hospitals, but some independent doctors and specialists
FRWNationalSmall Utfn Flag-portocapital A mix of public and private hospitals, and some independent doctors and specialists
CimFlag A mix of public and private hospitals, but most doctors are independent healthcare providers
Utania Rovens-flaguita Aethelnia flag Mostly private hospitals, with some government-run clinics in operation
x Hospitals privately run, but doctors are state-employed
x Entirely private healthcare system but with a non-profit rule mandated by the state
x Entirely private healthcare system but with a non-profit rule mandated only for hospitals
National flag Scwflag Entirely private healthcare system but with some state support, involvement and regulation
x Entirely private healthcare system with companies running the show
x Other

NB; "Private" also refers to charity, church and trust-operated facilities

-If a resident in your country became physically incapacitated and unable to work, how would they be cared for? The state would...
Flag-portocapital take care of them entirely, all costs -- nurse, homecare, medical costs, medicines, rehabilitation, etc
Scwflag pay most costs, expecting the patient to pay a nominal portion of the costs
FRWNationalSmall Aethelnia flag pay most costs, but expect them to have private insurance or pay
CimFlag pay essential costs -- limited homecare, some medical and medicines
Utania Utfn provide over-burdened state-run rehabilitation hospitals, with limited after-stay care
Rovens-flaguita provide over-burdened state-run rehabilitation hospitals, with almost no after-stay care
x provide ... (ditto) ... but only if they are veteran soldiers or the like
x provide nothing, but pay care insurance for all-but the richest individuals
x provide nothing, but pay care insurance for the poorest 50%
x provide nothing, but pay care insurance for the least fortunate
National flag provide nothing, it's entirely up to the individual to have insurance
x Other
-In the above level of care (if any), would residents receive any monetary compensation for their living expenses? The state would...
x pay them their old salary plus additional sums to cover all medical expenses
x pay them their old salary
Flag-portocapital pay them a percentage of their old salary
FRWNationalSmall Utfn Aethelnia flag pay them a subsistence pension, and perhaps subsidise their rent, healthcare
CimFlag Scwflag pay them a subsistence pension only
Utania National flag pay them nothing, but provide food stamps or a similar "basics" award
Rovens-flaguita pay them nothing
x Other
-For the above level of care (if any), what are citizens required to pay toward this?
Utania Rovens-flaguita FRWNationalSmall Scwflag Utfn Flag-portocapital Aethelnia flag CimFlag Nothing, its in your taxes
x A small additional tax on top of their taxes of ____ percent
National flag Everything, their own care insurance is essential
x Other
-If a resident in your country became unemployed, how would they be financially cared for? The state would:
x pay them their old salary plus additional sums to cover all job-hunting expenses
x pay them their old salary
Flag-portocapital pay them a percentage of their old salary
FRWNationalSmall Utfn Aethelnia flag pay them a subsistence pension, and perhaps subsidise their rent, healthcare
National flagCimFlag Scwflag pay them a subsistence pension
Utania pay them nothing, but provide food stamps or a similar "basics" award
Rovens-flaguita pay them nothing
x Other
-For the above level of care (if any), what are citizens required to pay toward this?
Utania FRWNationalSmall Utfn Flag-portocapital Aethelnia flag CimFlag Nothing, its in your taxes
National flag (5%) Scwflag (2.5%, 4% for employers) A small additional tax on top of their taxes of ____ percent
Rovens-flaguita Everything, their own employment insurance is essential
x Other
-Once a resident in your country reaches a certain age, how would they be financially cared for in their retirement? The state would...
x pay them their old salary plus additional sums to cover all job-hunting expenses
x pay them their old salary
Flag-portocapital pay them a percentage of their old salary
Aethelnia flag CimFlag pay them a subsistence pension, and perhaps subsidise their rent, healthcare
x pay them a subsistence pension
FRWNationalSmall pay a subsistence pension, subsidise their rent, healthcare for those not covered by private pensions
Utania Rovens-flaguita Utfn pay a subsistence pension only for those not covered by private pensions
Scwflag pay them nothing, but provide food stamps or a similar "basics" award
National flag pay them nothing
x Other
-If the State does not pay for your retirement, what are the types of private pensions?
x You pay a % of your wage for a fixed income upon retirement
FRWNationalSmall Utfn National flag Aethelnia flag CimFlag Scwflag You pay a % of your wage into a private account for your retirement
Utania Rovens-flaguita Flag-portocapital You pay into your bank account, don't touch it for 40 years and live off that
x Mostly provided by the State (state pension scheme)
x Mostly provided by your employer
Utania Rovens-flaguita Mostly provided by private institutions
x Other
-If the State does not pay for your retirement, are private pensions compulsory?
Aethelnia flag Scwflag Yes
FRWNationalSmall Utfn CimFlag Yes, for those working
x Yes, if you have the means, otherwise the state will pay your pension contributions
Utania Rovens-flaguita National flag No
-If the State does not pay for your retirement, are private pensions tax-free?
Aethelnia flag CimFlag Scwflag Yes, all contributions are tax-free
National flag Sort-of, contributions are not taxed very high
Utania FRWNationalSmall Utfn Sort-of, contributions up-to a certain level are not taxed very high
x Sort-of, employer contributions are tax-free or lightly-taxed, your topping-up is fully taxed
Rovens-flaguita No
-If the state does provide some or all of elderly financial support, what are citizens required to pay toward this?
Utania Rovens-flaguita FRWNationalSmall Utfn Flag-portocapital Aethelnia flag CimFlag Nothing, its in your taxes
Scwflag (7.5%, employer match) An additional tax on top of their taxes of ____ percent
x Pension contribution scheme, where you receive a fixed non-pension income
National flag Everything, their own superannuation or savings are essential
x Other
-Regarding pharmaceuticals, does your nation's government have...
x Entirely free medicines, just pop into any shop and stock-up before returning home
x Entirely free medicines, but not everything is covered
Flag-portocapital Entirely free medicines, but only the essential life-saving pills
CimFlag Entirely free for most medicines but only for the poor
FRWNationalSmall Flag-portocapital Nominal-cost medicines
x Nominal-cost medicines, but only the essential life-saving pills
Utfn Nominal-cost for most medicines but only for the poor
x Nominal-cost for most medicines but only after you've paid more than a threshold $ amount
FRWNationalSmall Subsidised medicines for anyone not covered by freebies/nominal cost
x Subsidised medicines for anyone not covered by freebies, but only the essential life-saving pills
x Subsidies and cheaper prices only apply to a wide-but-limited set of medicines
x Heavily subsidised medicines (related to categories above)
x Lightly subsidised medicines (related to categories above)
Utfn Negotiated cheaper prices for consumers, but no subsidies
x Negotiated cheaper prices, but only the essential life-saving

pills

Utania Rovens-flaguita National flag Aethelnia flag Scwflag Market-rate medicines, maybe some additional financial assistance for the elderly and poor
x Market-rate medicines
x Other
-For the above, what are citizens required to pay toward this?
Utania Rovens-flaguita FRWNationalSmall Utfn Flag-portocapital Aethelnia flag CimFlag Scwflag Nothing, its in your taxes
x An additional tax on top of their taxes of ____ percent
National flag Everything, in the form of private insurance
x Other

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