Health care in the United States is in most cases provided by private sector firms. Most of the health care programs obtain their funds through Medicaid, Medicare, TRICARE, Veterans Health Administration and Children Insurance Program. The government provide health insurance for public service (Matcha, 2003). However, healthcare in Sweden is decentralised and health care funds are primarily acquired from the government. It is managed as national, local and regional level (National Center for Health Statistics (US. 2014). Ministry of health provides a supervisory role to the lower level as well as allocating grants.
In Great Britain, the health care is devolved system where the government and private sector funds the health care. National Health Service provided most of the health care in England which is publicly funded healthcare system. In addition, private sector is involved in payment of health insurance (Matcha, 2003). In japan, the government caters for 70 % of the healthcare services with the individuals accepting the responsibilities for 30% of the cost. The government offers medical services through universal health care insurance system to ensure equality of access to its citizens National Center for Health Statistics (US. (2014). Hospitals are managed by physicians who operate as no