In the U.K. the yearly average is $4100 and $12,000 per hospital stay[ CITATION Thond \l 1033 ]. Based on recent polls there is a decrease in confidence in the populations ability to afford healthcare in the U.S. Only 62.4% believe they can afford healthcare, and this is down from Updated on 2/21/19
ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEMS TASK 3 5 70%. One fourth of the population feels it is harder to afford their healthcare [ CITATION Col18 \l 1033 ]. These are all implications of a high cost payer healthcare system in the United States. It is difficult even when you have insurance because out of pocket expenses not covered by insurance. In the U.K. the taxes paid to the government are higher, but the result is all your healthcare is covered. There is little worry regarding how medical expenses will be paid. Updated on 2/21/19
ORGANIZATIONAL SYSTEMS TASK 3 6 References Collins, S. G. (2018, May 10). Americans' Confidence in Their Ability to Pay for Health Care is Falling . Retrieved from The Commonwealth Fund: - care-falling Fund, T. C. (n.d.). The U.S. Health Care System . Retrieved from International Health Care System Profiles: Health Benefits and Coverage . (n.d.). Retrieved from HealthCare.gov: Thorlby, R. S. (n.d.). The English Health Care System . Retrieved from International Health Care System Profiles: Updated on 2/21/19
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