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⌸ EN Magazine Cost of Healthcare: US vs the rest of the world

Discussion in 'USA' started by KashGo, Mar 25, 2022.

  1. KashGo

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    The cost of healthcare in most countries is expensive and differs substantially from one country to the next, as one would expect. However, one country exceeds others by a considerable margin: the US.

    The US spends more on healthcare per capita than all of its other member countries, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
    Why is there such a huge disparity in costs?

    The answer in our article: Cost of Healthcare: US vs the rest of the world

    Do you have any experience of using healthcare in your country? Do you think this is affordable and efficient? Tell us more in this discussion.
     
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    Article with video of Youtuber Evan Edinger about cost of healthcare in the US vs the UK :cool:
     
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