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Performance of Health Care Systems


Ranking of the U.S. Among Other Countries

  • Health. United States’ performance of the health of its people has been poor and getting worse.
    • Health outcomes - life expectancy 30th (WHO) or 50th (CIA)
    • Real People - rock-bottom, dead-last in ability to minimize deaths due to preventable diseases within a group of 19 countries; estimated 101,000 unnecessary deaths in the U.S., which equates to an average of an unnecessary death every 5 minutes
  • Health System Performance - U.S. 37th (WHO)
  • Health Care Spending: the only country out of control is the U.S.
  • Comparison to Six Countries conducted in 2010
    • Based on: 6 countries: France, Japan, Australia, Spain, Italy, Canada
    • 244 yrs of experience with health-care-for-all,
    • 375 million people
    • The comparison results: Get More. Pay Less. Cover Everyone.

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