6/16/2014

The U.S. spent more per capita on health care between 2004 and 2014 than 10 other industrialized nations measured, but it ranked last in health outcomes, a Commonwealth Fund study found. The U.S. spends $8,508 per capita for health care, compared with the U.K., which spends $3,405 per person and moved up to first place in outcome indicators.

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