A third of Britons would miss the NHS if they moved abroad with a fifth worrying about the quality of care they would receive, according to new research.
It also found that more than a quarter (27%) of respondents said they did not know enough about health coverage in different countries. The Aviva Health study of 1000 adults found that the NHS would be the fifth most missed (34%) element of British life, behind friends and family (74%), TV (43%), sense of humour (39%) and food and drink (38%). However it also revealed concerns about receiving medical treatment abroad. Aside from 21% worrying about the quality, 23% noted about the potential cost of treatment and how to fund it and 11% suggested not understanding the country's health...
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