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Australia's national health insurance program is known as Medicare, and is financed by general taxation including a Medicare levy on earnings; use of Medicare is not compulsory and those who purchase private health insurance get a government-funded rebate on premiums.
According to Mandated Benefits: 1997 Compliance Guide “Both federal and state statutes exist to protect and preserve the income of individuals who lose their jobs” through no fault of their own.
The claims are paid to employees by the employer through taxes and the employer’s experience rating.
Japan has a universal health care system that mandates all residents have health insurance, either at work or through a local community-based insurer, but does not impose penalties on individuals for not having insurance.
and allows for-profit companies to compete for minimum coverage insurance plans, though there are also mutual insurers so use of a commercial for-profit insurer is not compulsory.The cost of health care in the Netherlands is higher than the European average but is less than in the United States.Half of the cost of insurance for adults is paid for by an income-related tax with which goes towards a subsidy of private insurance via the risk reinsurance pool operated by the regulator. Forty percent of the population is eligible for a premium subsidy.Every two years, the doctors and the health ministry negotiate a fixed price for every procedure and every drug.