individuals pay reduced amounts. They have no deductibles that must be met, and the co-pays forchildren’s healthcare are often funded by the government. Healthcare expenses are able to be deducted from taxable income. In Japan, they also have several out-of-pocket thresholds, cost-sharing, and reduced premiums for those who meet certain conditions. In 2014, the average out-of-pocket health care spending per capita in Japan was measured at only $126.00. (The Commonwealth Fund, n.d.)
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