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Which Government Spend the Most Per Capita on Government Healthcare: France, Italy, the United States, Sweden, Canada, Greece, or the United Kingdom?

Righty3 Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 8:17 AM
To be more accurate, healthcare spending is about 16% of GDP, or $2.5T annually. Dividing by the number of citizens, we spend about $8K per capita from all sources on healthcare. That's $600K over an average lifespan, per citizen. Point is, you can argue about how much of this $600K should come from the individual, his employer and the government - but unless you come up with a system that raises this $8K/year per person, there will be deficits or some sort of rationing.
Kevin 354 Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 11:34 AM
Your argument assumes that free market value exists where it does not.

What government spends the most on health care?