American exceptionalism: Health care spending vs. life expectancy Another informative graph from
All of these countries have universal health care except one. Can you guess which?
American exceptionalism: Health care spending vs. life expectancy
All of these countries have universal health care except one. Can you guess which?
Ouch... U.S. Life Expectancy dropped for the 3rd Year in a row, a dismal trend not seen since WWI Meanwhile, U.S. spends far more on healthcare than any other country, an absolute outlier...
"Americans spend more than 5-times what Chileans spend, yet the population of Chile ...lives longer than Americans"
This site is amazing: check out this chart:
I did spend some time in the US this month, and I was surprised that many people had never seen this graph so I post it again... yes, the US is clearly an outlier... yes, US health system has real inefficiencies
Trump said single-payer wld bankrupt US. Do your homework. Countries w/single payer spend less, have healthier ppl
U.S. spends $8,000/year/person on health care; Israel spends $2,000/year/person and people live longer there.
Link between health spending and life expectancy: US is an outlier
Link between health spending and life expectancy: US is an outlier
The US is definitely an outlier, but spends not quite twice as much on healthcare than every other country