Constraining health care costs is a real challenge, as well as improving access to care for more than 12 % of the population still uninsured.
The U.S. ranks last among wealthy countries on international surveys on domains such as Health Care Outcomes, Access, Administrative Efficiency or Equity. There is, of course, no such thing as one health care system in the United States but plenty of them. Depending on your job, on your age, on where you live or how much you earn, your experience with health care will be totally different. And if the overall result is disappointing, perhaps the best hospitals in the world are in the U.S. and you can find truly valuable healthcare innovations in the US.