U.S. spends far more on healthcare than other developed countries—and researchers say prices are still to blame

U.S. spends far more on healthcare than other developed countries—and researchers say prices are still to blame

And that extra spending isn’t translating to better access to care, the researchers found. The U.S. had 18% fewer practicing doctors per 1,000 people than the OECD median in 2015, and the nurse-to-population ratio was 20% below the median. The study also found that there were fewer inpatient hospital beds per 1,000 people than the OECD median. 

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