Why is the U.S. healthcare system so expensive?

Why is the U.S. healthcare system so expensive?

The U.N. health agency on Wednesday urged U.K. hospitals to pay more for care for older people because of the country’s soaring healthcare costs.

The agency, the World Health Organization, said that the U,K.

is one of only four developed nations that have not passed legislation to allow private insurers to cover older people.

The U.UK has long insisted that its healthcare system is efficient and cost-effective.

The World Health Organisation said that U.B.C. hospitals are among the least expensive in the world for primary care.

It said in a report that the average annual out-of-pocket costs in the U.,B.A.T.E., is $1,071 per person.

The hospital system in the United Kingdom was the only one in the country that recorded a decrease in its mortality rate from the previous year.

The WHO said that as of March, 1.8 million people in the UK had died, compared with 2.6 million in 2012.

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