Health Care and Pursuit of Profit Make a Poor Mix – NYTimes.com

By many objective measures, the mostly private American system delivers worse value for money than every other in the developed world. We spend nearly 18 percent of the nation’s economic output on health care and still manage to leave tens of millions of Americans without adequate access to care.

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Health Costs: How the U.S. Compares With Other Countries | PBS NewsHour

How much is good health care worth to you? $8,233 per year? Thats how much the U.S. spends per person.Worth it?That figure is more than two-and-a-half times more than most developed nations in the world, including relatively rich European countries like France, Sweden and the United Kingdom. On a more global scale, it means U.S. health care costs now eat up 17.6 percent of GDP.

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