U.S. Health Care's Competitive Disadvantage

A study finds that American workers and employers get less bang for their medical buck than people in other nations

U.S. workers and employers get 23% less value from their health-care spending than those in Britain, Canada, France, Germany, or Japan, and 46% less value than in Brazil, China, or India, according to a Business Roundtable study that examined the cost and performance of the U.S. health-care system.

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