This is a research paper discussing over the Health care policy of United States of America and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This research paper initially highlights over the entire internation health care policy framework. This research paper then compares the health care policies of two separate countries, the United States of America (USA) and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). This research paper will also review over the health care facilities and privileges these two countries provide to its locals. This research paper will also elaborate and investigate on which country (either USA or KSA) provides comprehensive health care facilities and up to what extent. This research paper will also elaborate on which residential status are entitled to avail these facilities as defined by the country's health care policy (Citizen, Permanent Resident, or on Employment Visa). (Lewis, 2001)
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The United States of America's annual expenditure for approximated $2 trillion dollars to cover healthcare costs. This amount is greater than any other industrialized country. Based on facts and numbers from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the United States of America has an annual expenditure of two-and-a-half times more than the OECD. This is true comparison by ranks from Turkey and Mexico as they are some members of OECD nations without having internation welfare coverage. Analysts quote an increasing number of United States Of America expenditure in numbers being less comparable internationally because of inflatable healthcare costs. (Zhou 2003)
United States Of America financial anguish has intensified the problem of healthcare charges both on persons and businesses. Employer-funded treatment is the functional mainstay of the United States Of America wellbeing protection system. (Porter 2006)
Based on data extracted from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics about seventy one per hundred of personal workers in the US get access to a proper health care benefits as stated in US Health Care Policy. March 2011 publication report by Thomson Reuters a enterprise understanding service discovered that working class healthcare charges increased 10.4 per hundred in 2010 (PDF) in comparison with 5.8 per hundred in general United States of American wellbeing expending that year. Little enterprises are least probable if compared to larger-scale companies to be adept to supply wellbeing protection being benefitial for them. At 15.8 per hundred, healthcare is a costly advantage funded by United States companies, as asserted by the US? (Hyman 2005)
Healthcare is one of some factors--entrenched amalgamation agreements are another--that make managing enterprise in the United States costly, and it's tough to parse the consequences of each factor. Moreover, economists contradict on the number of United States Of America occupations that have been lost to off shoring--the move of enterprise procedures over nationwide boundaries to friendlier functioning environments. A RAND May 2010 study released in the Health Services Research Journal discovered that commerce with the largest grade of employer-sponsored healthcare (such as constructing, telecommunications, learning, and finance) displayed the slowest allowances ...