When it comes to healthcare, U.S. once again ranks last in quality care compared to other wealthy nations

The United States spends more on healthcare than other wealthy nations, yet ranks dead last on equity, access, efficiency, care delivery and healthcare costs. Despite progress made in providing coverage to previously uninsured Americans via the Affordable Care Act, the latest report from the Commonwealth Fund finds that the U.S. offers its citizens the least financial protection among the 11 high-income countries surveyed. It is also the only one without universal health insurance coverage.

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