Strategic Direction for Healthcare Reform in Japan

Underlying Social Challenges and Constraints Hindering Japan’s Progress towards Health System Modernization

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Japan’s healthcare system is an icon of kindness and compassion. The country spends 11.4% of its gross domestic product (GDP) on healthcare, which equates to just over $560 billion or about one-fifth of the healthcare spending by the United States (US). At that level of spending, the Japanese people enjoy universal health coverage, affordable healthcare services, and a phenomenally abundant access to care with even rural areas being well-penetrated by hospitals, primary care providers, long-term care facilities, and specialists. Quality of healthcare outcomes is at par or better as compared to global standards, depending on the therapeutic areas in question. There is high usage of sophisticated medical equipm

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