Bernie Sanders released his Medicare For All bill this week with an impressive 16 co-sponsors, and it contained one very interesting section that has been mostly overlooked.
“The United States spends far more on healthcare than other high-income countries. Yet the U.S. population has poorer health than other countries.”
No, in turns out, the United States does not have the "best healthcare system in the world." In the midst of a deeply unpopular attempt by the Republican Party to pass legislation that could leave 22 million more Americans