I like the health care system they have in Taiwan. It's universal and both doctors and patients like it. It used to be fee-for-service, but then doctors were abusing the system by over-prescribing stuff. To avoid losing all their money, the Taiwanese government switched over to a global budget in 2002.
The think I like most about the Taiwanese health care system is that everyone is given a smart card that has all the medical history on it, and you make payments using the card, too. I'm pretty sure it looks exactly like this one:
And they only spend about 6 percent of their GDP on health care. Compare that to the United State's 16 percent. Sweet.
You can find out more by Googling it. Hahaha. I love using "let me Google that for you."