US Spends Double On Healthcare Compared to Similar Nations, But Has Lowest Life Expectancy

US Spends Double On Healthcare Compared to Similar Nations, But Has Lowest Life Expectancy “In 2016, the US spent 17.8% of its gross domestic product on health care, and spending in the other countries ranged from 9.6% (Australia) to 12.4% (Switzerland). The proportion of the population with health insurance was 90% in the US, lower […]

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