Healthcare Policy and Economics
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The paper discusses how healthcare economics are severely impacted by rising healthcare costs at home, and further stressed by the increasing efficacy and better healthcare available offshore.
From the Paper:"Factoring in costs borne by government, the private sector, and individuals; the United States spends over $1.9 trillion annually on healthcare expenses, more than any other industrialized country. Johns Hopkins Medical School estimates the U.S. spends 44 percent more per capita than Switzerland, the country with the second most expenditures, and 134 percent more than the median for other countries worldwide. Nevertheless, U.S. healthcare yet holds a competitive advantage in high-technology related medicine; however, contrast patient-intensive medical issues like chronic care diabetes where most highly developed..."
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Healthcare Policy and Economics (2006, December 01) Retrieved October 14, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/healthcare-policy-and-economics-141541/
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