Jul 23, 2018

US Health Care Spending Isn't a Crisis

Robert Graboyes Former Senior Research Fellow

America’s health care debate revolves around two talking points, both of which lead the discussion down some nonproductive alleys.

The first point is that on certain key dimensions — lifespan, infant mortality and so forth — America’s metrics underperform other developed countries and even some lesser-developed countries. The second is that Americans spend more on health care than any other country, both per capita and as a percentage of Gross Domestic Product...

Continue reading: Maybe We’re Not in a Health Care Crisis?

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