The U.S. health system is lacking

The 34-nation Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has released a report that says, in part, that Americans pay more than $7,900 per person for healthcare each year — two and a half times more than the average OECD country — but still die earlier than their peers in the industrialized world.

You can read the report here. You can read how the U.S. fared here.

And thanks, DickG., for the link.

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