Its easy to use the term universal: a comparison of systems
introduced by Gilberto Turati
coordinated by Roberto Satolli
The Italian health system was set up forty years ago, rising from the ashes of mutual health organisations, adopting the universal British system. The right to care is recognised throughout Europe, but healthcare is provided in many different ways, even within the same country: one need only consider the by now notable differences between the 20 Italian regions and autonomous provinces.