Japan Social Security Council Proposal: Increased Self-Pay For High Income Earners, Decrease For Those Who Earn Less
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
In response to a report on social security system reforms, MHLW’s social security medical council insurance group suggested Sept. 9 to divide high-cost medical care into segments based on income, whereby the maximum amount paid by high income earners would be increased, while the maximum amount paid by low income earners would decrease.
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