to turn away people from accessing insurance, which has been successful thus far. A3. Finance Implications for Healthcare Delivery Two financial implications for the American citizens regarding healthcare delivery is the cost of deductibles and the cost of purchasing private insurance. Deductibles can be a wide price range, which can cause a financial burden for the American families. Out of pocket expenses may stop the American people from accessing health care as needed because they are unable to afford the annual deductible. If a person’s employer does not offer health care benefits and the person must purchase insurance through the Marketplace this could causes a financial burden on the person, as the price for individual healthcare can be substantially higher than a part time employee can afford. In Japan, there is no out of pocket expense for healthcare and there is no option for them to purchase insurance on the marketplace. The standardized fee of 30% of all healthcare needs in Japan is much more affordable than America’s deductibles, premiums, and coinsurances. In America, people are filling bankruptcy on medical bills, while this misfortune is not an occurring in Japan. Updated on 2/21/19
ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEMS TASK 3 5 References Palfreman, J. (2008). Sick Around The World. Retrieved October 8, 2019, from . Ryozo Matsuda. (2018). The Japanese Health Care System. Retrieved from Updated on 2/21/19
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