Here is the ranking by health researchers of 19 industrialized nations by how well their health systems intervene to stop preventable deaths. The US is now dead last at number 19, below not only France and Japan but also Denmark and New Zealand. (Original study here in pdf.)
The US has fallen four places in the past decade, so things are getting worse in this regard.
1. France (64.8 preventable death per 100,000 persons)
2. Japan (71.2)
3. Australia (71.3)
14. New Zealand
19. United States (109.7 preventable deaths per 100,000 persons)
The researchers concluded that the lack of access to health insurance on the part of 47 million Americans contributed to this dismal showing.
Aren’t the Republicans upset that France is so much better than we are on this issue?
Or is that a “lie” too?
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