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The Impact of US Healthcare Spending [INFOGRAPHIC]

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The American healthcare system is one of the most expensive in the world. It costs on average $8,000 per person to receive clinical care. In countries such as Norway and Switzerland, costs are an average of $5,000 and in Germany, each individual only pays around $3,000. What can we learn from our European colleagues while still retaining our high quality and patient-centric care?

The American healthcare system is one of the most expensive in the world. It costs on average $8,000 per person to receive clinical care. In countries such as Norway and Switzerland, costs are an average of $5,000 and in Germany, each individual only pays around $3,000. What can we learn from our European colleagues while still retaining our high quality and patient-centric care?

This CauseWish infographic takes a detailed look at healthcare in the US in comparison to other countries around the world, and highlights the issue of our medical costs.
The impact of US healthcare spending

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