Tag Archives: Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development

Americans are sicker, die younger while spending the most on health care; what South Korea can teach us.

The News: Typically, the more a developed country spends on health care, the longer its people live. The US, which spends the most on health care, defies that tendency another… Read more »

Bloomberg: Data Show US Devotes Disproportionate Resources to Healthcare with Lackluster Results

The U.S. healthcare system remains among the least-efficient in the world, ranking 50th out of 55 countries in 2014, according to a Bloomberg index that assesses life expectancy, healthcare spending… Read more »

Workers Pay More for Health Care as Employers Shift Burden, Says Survey; But Do They Get “Value” for What They Pay For?

High deductible health plans are the new normal, says a report by NPR. Just over half of employees this year have a health insurance policy with a deductible of at… Read more »