Countries with national health insurance spend less & have longer life expectancy than the US does

We see health as a basic human right. Every society should provide medical care for its citizens at the level it can afford. And, while the United States has made some progress in improving access to care, the results do not justify the costs. So, while we agree with President Trump’s statement that the U.S. health care system should be cheaper, better and universal, the question is how to get there.

This shows what happens when you allow healthcare to be fully privatized, the results are a shorter lifespan while spending twice the costs of other advanced nations.

Source: Improving U.S. Healthcare and Coverage — Money, Banking and Financial Markets

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