U.S. Spends Far More on Healthcare Than Other Nations, Yet Residents Have Poorer Health

U.S. Spends Far More on Healthcare Than Other Nations, Yet Residents Have Poorer Health “The United States spends far more on health care than other high-income countries, with spending levels that rose continuously over the past three decades. Yet the U.S. population has poorer health than other countries. Life expectancy, after improving for several decades, […]

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