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As Figure 15-1 illustrates, the United States leads all OECD countries in health care expenditures, spending almost double the average OECD country’s share of GDP on health care. But American health care outcomes are not dramatically better than those of other OECD countries. What could explain this disconnect between differential spending and differential outcomes?


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