Stunning new report ranks US dead last in health care among richest countries—despite spending the most | TheHill

The report analyzed 71 health care performance measures under five categories.

Norway, the Netherlands and Australia were the top-performing countries overall, with the U.S. coming in dead last.

The U.S. ranked last on access to care, administrative efficiency, equity and health care outcomes despite spending 17 percent of GDP on health care.

The U.S. health care system ranked last among 11 wealthy countries despite spending the highest percentage of its gross domestic product on health care, according to an analysis by the Commonwealth Fund. 

Stunning new report ranks US dead last in health care among richest countries—despite spending the most | TheHill