U.S. healthcare ranked worst in the developed world. And yet, we spend far more on healthcare than anyone in the entire world. Can we all at least agree there is a problem?

We are being hoodwinked. The conspiracy is rooted in depopulation. I’m almost positive this is a facet of the elites plan for depopulation. Make healthcare terrible and yet too expensive to obtain. It’s working well in the “land of the free”.

 

via politicsmaven.io:

Of the eleven developed nations evaluated by the Commonwealth Fund, the United States comes in dead last on healthcare.

Every three years, the Commonwealth Fund releases a report ranking the healthcare systems of 11 of the world’s developed nation. And every three years, it seems, the United States comes in dead last.

Last released in 2017, the report showed for the sixth time that the U.S. healthcare system is in dire need of a makeover, citing the inequity of access as the most glaring problem.

The Commonwealth Fund focused on care process, access, administrative efficiency, equity and health care outcomes, studying 72 indicators within those fields. The 11 countries analyzed were Australia, Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States.

The report found that 44 percent of low-income Americans have trouble gaining access to coverage compared with 26 percent of high-income Americans.

The one area where the U.S. does shine?

In addition to ranking last or close to last in access, administrative efficiency, equity and health care outcomes, the U.S. was found to spend the most money on health care.

The glaring difference between the United States and its peer countries is the lack of universal healthcare coverage — a system continuously rejected by America’s political establishment.

“To gain more than incremental improvement,..the U.S. may need to pursue different approaches to organizing and financing the delivery system,” the report reads. “These could include strengthening primary care, supporting organizations that excel at care coordination and moving away from fee-for-service payment to other types of purchasing that create incentives to better coordinate care. These steps should ensure early diagnosis and treatment, improve the affordability of care, and ultimately improve the health of all Americans.”

 

h/t BUT_MUH_GUNS_THO

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