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High costs cause healthcare access problems for Americans

from EHR Intelligence

In a poll with few surprises, the latest Commonwealth Fund international survey crowns the United States with the dubious honor of being the most expensive country for healthcare. More Americans experience problems accessing basic healthcare due to the cost of services than residents of ten other countries including Canada, France, the U.K., and the Netherlands. Americans spend $8,508 per capita on healthcare when adjusted for differences in cost of living, compared to $5,669 for Norway, the next most expensive, and $3,182 in New Zealand, which is the cheapest. more


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