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For example, high-deductible health plans—those with a minimum annual deductible of USD1,250 per individual or USD2,500 per family (Osborn, R. and Sarnak, A., 2017). These are just a few financial implications noted amongst Japan and the United States healthcare systems.Updated on 6/15/2018
ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEMS TASK 3 6ReferencesKoch, M.W. (2016). Paying for health care in America: Rising costs and challenges. In B. Cherry and S. R. Jacob (eds), A Contemporary Nursing: Issues, Trends, & Management (pp. 105-117). St. Louis, Missouri: Elsevier.Matsuda, R. (2017). The Japanese Health Care System. In R. Osborn and D. Sarnak, A International Profiles of Health Care Systems (pp 105-112). New York, New York: The Commonwealth Fund. Montgomery, K. (2018). How Referrals Work With Your Health Insurance. Retrieved from . Osborn, R. and Sarnak, D. (2017). The U.S. Health Care System. International Profiles of Health Care Systems (pp 173-181). New York, New York: The Commonwealth Fund. Web, C. (2011). Japanese Insurance for Children. Retrieved from .Children’s Defense Fund. (2018). Health. Retrieved fromUpdated on 6/15/2018
ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEMS TASK 3 7Japan Healthcare Info. (2010). Japan Healthcare Services. Retrieved from . Japan Health Policy Now. (n.d.). Health Insurance System. Retrieved from .Pacific Century Ventures. (2015). Japan’s Health Insurance System: Interesting Comparisons to the Affordable Care Act. Retrieved from -japan/. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (2017). Preexisting Conditions. Retrieved from .U.S. Centers for Medicaid and Medicare. (n.d. a). Healthcare coverage options if you’re unemployed. Retrieved from . U. S. Centers for Medicaid and Medicare. (n.d. b). Health coverage for retirees. Retrieved from . . Updated on 6/15/2018
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