July 17, 2017
As GOP lawmakers continue to work to repeal and replace Obamacare, a new study shows the U.S. in dead last when it comes to health care among high-income nations.
The report conducted by The Commonwealth Fund shows the U.S. is number 11 out of 11 developed nations included in the analysis.
The U.S. was also rated last or close to last in health care access, administrative efficiency, balanced care, and overall health outcomes.
The United States also spent the most money on health care.
The study says in order for the U.S. to improve it will need to pursue different methods of organizing and financing citizens health care.