Japan enjoys the largest life expectancy at birth and less infant mortality rate and the healthcare expenditure of Japan as the gross domestic product percentage is less compared with the major developed countries. However, the healthcare system financing specifically for the elderly, remains a critical problem and several issues have been revealed in distribution of healthcare recently, such as malfunctions affected by the physicians shortage and allocation inefficiency. The health insurance availability has directed to handle the people lives quality as well as stability and equity in society, although the confidence of public in the system has resulted in fluctuations of the current reforms of healthcare.
The Japanese society acquired an approach to support the elderly with long term requirements through the social insurance systems unlike for childcare. The swift population aging has been increasing the long care services demand in Japan. Given the aging populations, how to offer e
Long-term care for slight elderly is a mounting concern in developed countries. The long term care requirement is quite similar among the very old age people.