International Health Systems

Medical care in developed countries including Germany, Japan, Canada, and the United Kingdom is financed by the government. These countries have implemented health policies that compel the government to play the biggest role in supporting care delivery in public facilities. On the contrary, U.S health care is financed and delivered through private institutions. An analysis of these health care systems indicates that despite having the most advanced health care, their health policies differ significantly. In Germany, for instance, the government plays a minimal role in financing and delivering health care.

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