Health care spending in the United States. that is characterized as being the utmost costly per persons.as compared to all other countries, and notwithstanding this spending, the quality of health care overall is low by some measures. Health sponsoring systems are critical for reaching universal health treatment. According to the WORLD WIDE ORGANIZATION (WHO), whole health care spending in the U.S. was 15.2% of its GDP in 2008,It is the highest in the world. Hospitals costs in health care finance :hospital costs in 2011 were $387.3 billion a 63% increase since 1997 (inflation adjusted). Costs per stay increased 47% since 1997, averaging $10,000 in 2011.
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