Take care of the little things and the big things will take care of themselves.
People get sick and die. OR they grow old and die. OR they are injured and die.
When they are sick, old or injured they go to hospitals for healthcare.
The 2 parts of healthcare are to improve quality of life and/or increase the length of life.
How long a person lives is a "yardstick" to measure the length of life.
The other part (the quality of life) of good health is affected by MORE THAN being able to see a doctor or get an MRI, or having a nice house, a full belly and a warm bed, lots of other things affect the quality of life. And I can't think of a "yardsick" to measure that.
How does anyone quantify their quality of life?
1 to 10, 5 star rating, thumbs up or down?