Healthcare service delivery across the world faces several challenges. First and foremost challenge is how to keep healthcare affordable in the face of increasing demand. A second challenge is how to keep healthcare accessible in underserved areas, across all medical domains, and for all people. Inequality in care is a global problem that requires more and greater attention from all healthcare systems (1). Yetim and colleagues (2020) have identified some of the predominant factors that increases healthcare expenses; an aging population, increasing prevalence of chronic diseases, technological improvements, changes in health insurance, regulations, competition, and income levels (2). Furthermore, costs are determined by how the government finances healthcare and socioeconomic factors such as education level and the degree of prosperity. According to Yetim and colleagues (2020) health expenditures will continue to rise, but improvements in efficiency in the delivery of services could help offset costs (2)…..article