and Canadian healthcare systems are determined by the populations health and

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and Canadian healthcare systems are determined by the population's health and standards of living. For example, rich people in both countries seem to live longer because of high quality healthcare services they receive compared to the poor. Lastly, both countries experience shortage when it comes to implementation of policies due to financial pressure in one way or the other. Conclusion Finally, healthcare regardless of the country has the same objective. However, various countries have different healthcare systems. As mentioned above, countries such as Germany, Japan, Australia, England, the United States and China have different ways of organizing and implementing healthcare their policies. Based on the comparison, a good example of how various countries differ in terms of healthcare systems would be Canada and the United States. Despite their close in location, their healthcare systems are different in one way or the other.
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