Health-Care Check-Up: Whose System Is Least Efficient?

Health-Care Check-Up: Whose System Is Least Efficient?
January 25, 2016 Bloomberg.com
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Now here’s a bitter pill for Americans to swallow: The United States is the third most expensive country for medical care in the entire world. As revealed by an analysis by Bloomberg, health-care costs in the U.S. are surpassed only by Norway ($9,715 per person) and Switzerland. ($9,276 per person). Countries with the lowest health-care costs are listed as Thailand, Algeria, and the Dominican Republic.

To see the full data regarding health care costs covering 55 countries, read more here.

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