Survey shows declining satisfaction with U.S. health care

Americans' confidence in the health care system has dropped in the five years since reports first described the extent to which medical errors cause harm at hospitals, a new survey says. The survey found 55% of respondents were dissatisfied with the quality of health care in the nation, compared with only 44% in a 2000 Gallup poll, and 40% said they felt health care quality had gotten worse over the period, while only 17% said it had improved.

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