Australia’s public hospitals are operated and funded by the state health department. The federal government provides financial assistance. All Australian citizens and permanent residents are fully subsidized by the federal government’s Medicare Universal Health Program at public hospitals. Australia’s hospitals handle all Australian citizens and permanent residents without regard to their age, income, or social status.
Brazil’s health facilities are a mixture of public hospitals, nonprofit federal hospitals and private hospitals. Minor and middle income generators use public hospitals running most of the state and municipality. After the federal Constitution of 1988, the universal rights of universal health care in Brazil are: universal citizens, residents, and foreigners. To facilitate this service, the Brazilian Government has created a public health insurance system (Scyte de Suado, Unified Health System), which receives payments based on patients and public health insurance (public and public institutions). . Construction and operation of hospitals and health clinics is a responsibility of the government.
Emergency care, prevention medicine, diagnostic surgery, surgeries (except cosmetic procedures) and medicines for medicines are universal. However, if budget constraints are provided, these services are not often available in most countries