See How America’s Health Care Costs and Outcomes Compare to Others

I have been busy on a project and not blogging as frequently.  Given the discussions about health care in the election, however, I thought people would find this brief graphic video by the Kaiser Family Foundation of interest.  It shows quite clearly our costs and outcomes from drugs to hospitals and doctors and life expectancy.

http://www.healthsystemtracker.org/health-of-the-healthcare-system/

The Kaiser Family Foundation is a non-partisan, non-profit foundation.   www.kff.org   The reporter is Julie Rovner, a seasoned and respected health care journalist.

I hope you find this of use and  interest.  Please feel free to share with others.

Kathleen O’Connor February 8, 2016 (c)

 

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Kathleen O’Connor: 30+ year health care consumer advocate, non-profit executive and author. For more information about Kathleen, please see "About" on the main content bar above.
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