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“I Don’t Want to Pay For Other People’s Healthcare”: Why the U.S. Pays More For Worse Healthcare

The United States spends more money on healthcare than any other country in the world. Yet despite pouring money into the industry, it also performs much worse than other similarly wealthy or developed nations in significant measures of health outcome.

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[Data Journal] “I don’t want to pay for other peoples’ healthcare”: Why the U.S. Pays More for Worse Healthcare

By Aaron Siter-Cohen, Brandon Hill and Charlie Ambler Read the story: “I Don’t Want to Pay for Other Peoples’ Healthcare”: Why the U.S. Spends More For Worse Healthcare The idea for this project was to address the quality and cost of the United States healthcare system. In order to do this, we decided to compare […]

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