International cheap rates with best technology. This can be

cooperation obviously influenced national development by advancement in health.
Health is most important sector in the country. This can only be improved by
educating and training the medical systems and availability at cheap rates with
best technology. This can be examined by following points. First of all,
educated and trained human resources of health (HRH) are very essential for the
advancement in health systems. The research in international partnership in
interdisciplinary training programme on public health shows that Greece’s
public health has been suffering a lack of care for many years. Many public
organisations and nongovernmental organisations (NGOs) in the field were with
lack of knowledge and insufficient training. For this purpose, World Health Organisation
(WHO) and European Unity and Rights Organisation (EURO) agreed to present 16
courses on international public health problems (Andreotti 2015, pp.2-4).In
2004, the Hellenic Ministry of Health and social solidarity, the National
School of Public Health (NSPH) and Regional Office of WHO in Europe decided to
collaborate for regular training courses in public health. Statistics tells
that 14% of doctors, 19% of nurses, 44% of administrative staff, 9% of social
workers and 6% of technicians were enrolled in these courses from 2006 to
2007.This suggests that literate staff with high
integrity and proficiency is required to attain better future in health sector.
This will lead to mental satisfaction of the patients as it is a key to fast
healing process. Secondly, governments can improve health by promoting health
tourism. An example shows that many patients are used to travel across the
borders for their best treatment with least cost. A recent research on Medical
tourism (Debra S. Sandberg 2017, p282) tells that global health market is rated
up to $55 billon and expected to rise 20% by every year. By inspecting facts on
Medical tourism tell that in 2003 about 2.5 million overseas patients moved to
Thailand, in 2012 approximately 850,000 in Singapore and 40,000 in Rica in 2011.
The evidence recommends, with more exposure to medical tourism will promote the
world trade especially in health sector and patients with best medical services
at lower rates and vice versa. Based on above, the alliance of different
countries definitely prosperous health which leads to national development.