I don’t necessarily mean Obama’s plan, but something needs to change. See here to find out why then click on “enlarge graphic.”
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Interesting graphic. An excellent way to present the data. Initially I went looking for the USA and wondered why we’d been left off. Then I realised that thin red line angling sharply down was us.
On the face of the figures, it’s clear that something is very wrong. Yet I wonder if there’s a component of healthcare hidden away. I’ve heard it said that the cost of health procedures and hospital stays is inflated because for each paying patient, there are several who are treated on need for free.
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