One headline tells it all:
US 26th in Life Expectancy, but Number One in Spending on Health Care
We spend more--far more--on health care than any other nation but get the worst health care results and mortality rates of any of the industrialized nations.
And people don't think we needed some fixes?
And we're not done there, either. How's this little beauty from none other than The Washington Post?
The U.S. ranks 26th for life expectancy, right behind Slovenia
Slovenia, for God's sake.
And people want to contend we have a health care system that doesn't need any intervention? Any fixes?