There’s lots to love about American healthcare. We have some of the best clinicians in the world, as evidenced by the huge number of people who come to the U.S. from other countries when they are sick. Yet the American people are less satisfied with their healthcare system than are citizens of the majority of other developed countries.
Why do people in the land of the Mayo Clinic and Mass General Hospital hate their healthcare system so much? In short, many Americans are upset that they cannot afford to make use of all this high quality care when they need it.
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