Healthcare: What Can Americans and Europeans Learn from Each Other, and What Changes Are Needed?

The health care sector in the United States is unique among developed countries, and it is necessarily diverse to respond to the very different needs and demands of a country with 300 million people. It is a mix of public and private sector programs. But the health sector in the United States is often criticized, both at home and abroad, for the high number of people without insurance because we do not have a compulsory national system, as all other developed countries do.

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The health care sector in the United States is unique among developed countries, and it is necessarily diverse to respond to the very different needs and demands of a country with 300 million people. It is a mix of public and private sector programs. But the health sector in the United States is often criticized, both at home and abroad, for the high number of people without insurance because we do not have a compulsory national system, as all other developed countries do.

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