Sunday, February 18, 2018

Comparing Health Systems

The Commonwealth Fund has concluded that our health system is worse than that of many high-income countries (Switzerland, Sweden, France, Germany, Netherlands, Canada, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Norway, Austria). Yet we spend more, as a percentage of GDP, on it than any of the other countries.

The Fund used 72 indicators to look at five areas: Care Process, Access, Administrative Efficiency, Equity, and Health Care Outcomes. Here's what they found.

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