Japan’s social care system offers opportunities, says Nuffield Trust

The UK government can learn important lessons from Japan in how it plans to reform the long-term care of older people, a Nuffield Trust report has concluded. The east Asian country introduced a long-term care insurance (LTCI) system for universal care to over 65s and people with disabilities aged between 40 and 65 in 2001,…

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