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COVID-19 Exposes Gaps in Primary Care Systems
The US healthcare system is one of the highest-cost environments in the world. But the high cost does not translate to better outcomes or healthcare quality. In 2019 the US ranked in 30th place out of 89 countries measured by factors that contribute to overall health. US healthcare spending was $3.6 trillion or $11,172 per person in 2018. Healthcare represented 17.7% of the US GDP in 2018.
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Author: Mike Davis (KLASResearch)
Written: Tuesday, August 11th, 2020