Health Care: The Costs That Affect Us All

July 12, 2012 | By

Health care is a universal necessity for all individuals. Without it, the personal cost of everything from dental procedures to eye care can be a serious dent to your wallet. Health care is also a key component of our economy. However, we are only ranked #37 by the World Health Organization’s analysis of health services in the world. Why is health care so costly in the U.S? The following infographic from Medicare Supplemental examines this issue.

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Health Care: The Costs That Affect Us All


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