English: Extract from the text of the original document: “figure shows the fraction of gross domestic product (GDP) devoted to health care in a number of developed countries in 2006. According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the United States spent 15.3 percent of its GDP on health care in 2006. The next highest country was Switzerland, with 11.3 percent. In most other high-income countries, the share was less than 10 percent.” (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: U.S. Health Insurance Status (Under 65) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
This is an interesting article & well worth a read. Check it out!
via Uwe E. Reinhardt: U.S. Health Care Prices Are the Elephant in the Room – NYTimes.com.