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International Comparisons

Explore how the United States compares to the rest of the world in various different healthcare categories.

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Percent of GDP Spent on Health by Country

U.S. Health Care From a Global Prospective

To gain a better understanding of the U.S. health care system, it is helpful to compare it with other countries around the world. This allows us to see where the US health care system excels and identify areas for improvement.

Learn how the United States compares to the rest of the world when it comes to health care spending, life expectancy, obesity rates, chronic conditions, physician visits and diagnostic screenings.

How are Health Systems Organized In Different Countries?

Health systems refer to the various institutions, resources, and people involved in delivering healthcare services to individuals and populations. These systems vary greatly across different countries, depending on factors such as history, political ideologies, economic conditions, cultural values, and geographic location.

Understanding how health systems are organized in different countries is crucial for policymakers and healthcare professionals in identifying successful strategies for improving healthcare delivery and outcomes.

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