'Too Damn High': Why We Spend So Much on Health Care

March 12, 2014

We spend a lot of money on health care in the United States. In fact, Americans pay far more for health care per person than any of the other 33 OECD countries—$2,800 higher than the next closest country and two-and-a-half times the OECD average

Is this investment paying off? Not really. 

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