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The Japan Healthcare Debate : Diverse Perspectives

Colby, Mark A. {Author} with Steve Ziolkowski {Editor}

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ISBN 10: 1901903338 / ISBN 13: 9781901903331
Published by Global Oriental, Folkestone, Kent, England , United Kingdom, 2004
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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"Driven by the demographic tsunami of a rapidly-aging population, the costs of universal healthcare in Japan have grown to unprecedented levels. As these same demographic trends are mirrored in other industrialized countries, many people are asking if Japan will become the global test case for healthcare delivery.It is this critical certainty of the healthcare dilemma for the Japanese that this book examines in depth; its self-evident lessons for the rest of the industrialized world should make it required reading at all healthcare levels; its relevance will also be apparent to those whose work or academic interests are concerned with Japanese healthcare, the Japanese economy, or contemporary Japanese society." This book has 154 pages. The text contains NO internal marks whatsoever. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 065780

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Title: The Japan Healthcare Debate : Diverse ...

Publisher: Global Oriental, Folkestone, Kent, England , United Kingdom

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

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Driven by the demographic tsunami of a rapidly aging population, costs of universal healthcare in Japan have grown at an unprecedented rate. These trends are mirrored elsewhere, so industrialized countries are asking if Japan will become a global test case for healthcare delivery.

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Mr. Colby has a Bachelors degree in biology and attended the University of Washington School of Dentistry. He started his professional carrier with Abbott Laboratories and worked in Research and Development, marketing and sales in the United States and Japan. Colby has built several healthcare related businesses and has held the position of President of Rusch, Edwards Lifescience Finance and Colby Group International Inc. He also holds several Board of Directors positions with companies such as Cardinal Healthcare-Japan. He is the chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce Healthcare Committee and has served as the Chair of the Diagnostics and Medical Devise Committee as well. Colby was responsible for the importation and implementation of the College of American Pathologist (CAP) standard in Japanese laboratories and has developed software for the development of ISO standardization in clinical labs and E-learning applications for physician continuing education programs. Colby lectures and has written extensively on Japanese healthcare issues. His reports include documents on areas as diverse as bone marrow transplants, molecular biology, advanced imaging systems, lung, colon and stomach cancer’s, reproductive biology and regulatory strategies. He was the co-author of the critically acclaimed book, Negotiating the Gray Maze, the business of medicine in Japan. His second book, The Japan Healthcare Debate, Diverse Perspectives is his latest work. Mr. Colby lives between Tokyo and the Japanese countryside where he researches issues relating to healthcare in Japan and does management consulting work for Japanese and Western healthcare companies with a special emphasis on cross-cultural business communication, cross border contract facilitation, arbitration and the development and implementation of business plans. Mr. Colby first came to Japan in 1978 to study Judo and currently holds a 4th degree black belt in that sport.

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