How bad is health care in the US?

Please click to view this chart that shows the relation between money spent and life expectancy, a good way to evaluate the efficiency of a country’s health care. US citizens spend vastly more than most other developed countries and have a lower than average life expectancy. Seriously, the costs are literally off the chart.

The United States spends more on medical care per person than any country, yet life expectancy is shorter than in most other developed nations and many developing ones.

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One Response to How bad is health care in the US?

  1. Lynn Parker says:

    You are so right about this, and the government will not address this issue. Instead they talk about reform which really means “who is going to make the money now”

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