US Health Care Spending Isn't a Crisis
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...
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