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Preparing for an Aging Society: Challenges Faced by Healthcare System in European Union, Japan, and United States

 

  • Research Code : 4668-00-01-00-00
  • SKU : HC00104-NA-DE_02864
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  • Release Date : 15-Jun-2009
  • Region : North America
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Globally, nations are experiencing a decline in population growth rate accompanied by fall in mortality rate, increase in life expectancy and improvement in health condition. However, these trends have resulted in an increase in percent of aged people in the total population or an Aging Society. The segment gives an overview of the common demographic trends all across the globe and specifically in EU, Japan and U.S. It also discusses the various strategies designed by these nations to tackle this changing demographic related issues. In addition, it brings out growth opportunity areas arising from the aging of the society globally.

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