Thursday, April 21, 2011

Information - US Healthcare

US DEAD Last in Heathcare, Again


Per person spending of $7,290 (2007) and last in ranking.

More than double Austrailia's $3,357 cost per person, which yields the highest rating for long, healthy and productive lives.






US DEAD Last in Heathcare, Again


















Per person spending of $7,290 (2007) and last in ranking.
More than double Austrailia's $3,357 cost per person, which yields the highest rating for long, healthy and productive lives.

The highest public and private expenditure on health care as a portion of GDP, ?yet accompanied by the:
- Highest  Infant mortality rate
- Highest Prevalence of mental health problems
- Highest Obesity rate
- Highest Portion of people going without health care due to cost
- Highest Low birth weight children per capita (except for Japan)
- Highest Consumption of anti-depressants per capita

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