How do we improve our health care delivery system?
The United States spends about $3 trillion annually on health care.
That’s more than twice as much as any other country.
But for many people, the health care system is a life-or-death matter.
The U.S. spends about 5% of its GDP on health services.
That’s less than most other countries.
And it’s not just in the U.K., where we spend an average of 3.7% of GDP on medical care.
In Germany, the average is 8.4%.
But the U,S.
and Germany are far from the only countries to spend less than the average on health.
The OECD estimates that the U .
S. spent 0.3% of the GDP on its health care systems in 2010.
The OECD says that’s lower than any other OECD country.
The United Kingdom spent 3.5% of total GDP on their health care in 2010, the same as Sweden.
The U.N. health care experts say that’s due to the fact that the OECD countries, which include Canada, France and Germany, don’t have national health plans.
The health care is mostly delivered in private health insurance plans.
In Canada, the government-run insurance plans have been criticized for failing to adequately pay for care and for allowing private companies to charge exorbitant prices.
The problem is, it’s hard to compare the quality of care provided in private insurance plans to the care that is provided in the public health system.
So the United States and other countries that use national health care plans are able to compare their outcomes and see how well they compare.