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Organizational Systems and Quality LeadershipTask 3, SAT1-0517/1217Your NameWestern Governors University
ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEMS TASK 3 2Healthcare FinancingA1. Country to CompareThis paper will highlight the differences between the healthcare system in the United States and Japan.A1. AccessThere are several ways in which a child within the United States can be covered by insurance. A traditional way would be under the insurance plan offered by the parents employer. However, unorthodox routes include the Children’s Health Insurance Program, also known as CHIP. This public program combines the efforts of the federal and state governments to provide coverage to children of low-income families. There are a number of differences between the two plans as it relates to what it covers. On the other hand, the children of Japan are universally covered by the Statutory Health Insurance System (SHIS). Unemployed citizens of the United States have access to limited insurance through Medicaid. Fortunately, for the unemployed citizens of Japan, they are able to have coverage offered by the SHIS. This blanket coverage is the same whether it’s a child, an unemployed