Tuesday, March 13, 2012

The Heritage Foundation's Avik Roy looks at the health-care policies of Singapore and Switzerland to see what they can teach the USA about health-care reform.  Both countries have much less per capita government spending on health-care than the US does; indeed, in the US, government spends more per capita on health-care than most European nations do (with the exceptions of Norway and maybe Luxembourg).

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