Author: Van, Germinal G.
Number Of Pages: 180
Release Date: 09-12-2021
Details: It is an undeniable fact that healthcare in the United States is significantly expensive. It is the most expensive sector of all social industries in the economy. More importantly, the American healthcare system is the costliest system among all the healthcare systems in the world. The American citizen pays far more than any other citizen from OECD countries or any other advanced economies. But why Americans’ healthcare expenditures are higher than anyone else? The purpose of this book is to offer a statistical analysis of the fundamental reasons that led to the increase of the cost of healthcare in the United States since the 1960s and how this increase is affecting different social classes of American society from various perspective.
Package Dimensions: 9.0 x 6.0 x 0.4 inches