Best Health Care in the World? Singapore!
According to new information published by the Masters in Public Health Program at George Washington University, The country in the world with the best combination of high per-capita income, low per-capita spending on health care, and high life expectancy is Singapore.
Here is the information from GWU [Link]:
U.S. Health Care vs. The World [Infographic]
To help clarify the differences between world health care systems, the online Masters in Public Health program (MPH@GW) created an infographic to show how health care in the U.S. stacks up when compared to 16 other countries around the world. The data in the graphic is provided by the World Health Organization (WHO)’s World Health Statistics 2013 report – the annual compilation of world health data.
Share the infographic below to raise awareness of how health care in the U.S. compares to the rest of world.