Who spends what on health care

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by mikey4, Oct 4, 2009.

  1. mikey4

    mikey4 Guest

    Quoted from the above link.
    "Apart from the United States, most developed countries now spend around
    $3000 (£1500; 2000) per head on health, which is 8-9% of GDP. If spending
    was capped to current percentages of GDP this amount would rise to $3300
    over the next five years, assuming growth of 2% a year, while faster growth
    could raise it to $3600. The cap is a signal about priorities—that it is far
    more important to use the $3300 more effectively through system redesign and
    better financial management than to raise it to $3600. "

    This is also interesting
    An this: http://www.rickety.us/2009/06/defense-spending-by-country/
    mikey4, Oct 4, 2009
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