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Healthcare Costs Around the World

HEALTH CARE Total Health Expenditures 16% COSTS as a percentage of GDP 14% 12% AROUND THE WORLD (Reuters) - "The United States spends more on healthcare than any other country in the world but has higher rates of intant mortality, diabetes and other ils than many other developed countries. Infant Mortality (Deaths per 1,000 five births) Life Expectancy MRI Machines Per milion population 6.8 5.1 14.4 United Kingdom United States source: Frontline 2007 =1 person Annual costs of health care per capita: $1,000 = Australia ($2,886) Canada ($2,998) Denmark %! ($2,743) Finland %3D ($2,104) France ($3,048) Germany %3D ($2,983) Iceland ($3,159) Ireland %3D ($2,455) Japan ($2,249) Sweden %3D ($2,745) Switzerland ($3,847) United Kingdom %3D ($2,317) United States %3D ($5,711) source Kaiser Family Foundation ve visualeconomics.com sejes pejun wopbury pegur Switzerland uapeMS Norway Netherlands Binoquaxm Ueder NвN DUBIOJI DURIBO Kumuuer ermany вUR pueu PORUBO Austria Australia

Healthcare Costs Around the World

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The United States spends more money on healthcare than any other country in the world yet despite the costs it still has one of the highest infant mortality rates and lowest life expectancy rates when...

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