According to a new report from the Commonwealth Fund, the United States ranks among the 11 richest countries in the world in the health system, despite spending the largest percentage of GDP on healthcare.
This country is struggling with a lack of access to health care, which affects access and equality of opportunity, and is the country with the greatest administrative problems when it comes to health care. This is even though the United States spends 17 percent of its livestock on health, “more than” ten other countries, according to the report.
This rating is based on 71 criteria across five areas: access to care, management systems, management practices, dentistry, and health outcomes.
The statement said that unlike other countries in the study, the United States does not offer universal health coverage. Americans are more likely to have difficulty paying for prescription drugs and to deny their insurance. Many Americans say they spend too much time on the prescription card, and doctors report that they have more trouble prescribing medication for patients because of health insurance coverage.
Americans also take care of unsupervised care, while many American adults go to the emergency room for emergency care. Doctors from successful countries make phone calls often or in the evenings on weekends. The United States also has the largest management disparity among the largest revenues.
“We have almost two health insurance plans in the United States: one for those who have money and insurance, and another that is suitable for those who don’t have insurance or full insurance,” said Eric Schneider. The vice-chairman of the Commonwealth Fund forecast and analytical report told the Washington Post.
A successful region of the United States is the Treatment System, where Americans can get mammograms and vaccinations, and talk to their doctor about food, smoking, and alcohol.
The medical record underscores the reality of the worst health system on the list: the United States has the highest mortality, maternal mortality, and risk rates. The country also has limited support for early childhood education and support systems, such as unemployment protection, for workers, resulting in poor health outcomes.
Schneider said the weak national health system is making it difficult for the United States to control Covid-19 infection.
He said, “You can predict that we will be able to fight this disease because of constraints and mismanagement of care,” he said.