The US is on the cusp of the first major healthcare reform in more than three decades, and the federal government has set aside $6 billion to pay for the rollout.
In order to ensure the US is ready to deliver on the health reforms, we wanted to look at how the US compares to other countries when it comes to accessing healthcare and health technology.
We looked at the number of US doctors and hospital beds, as well as the amount of doctors and hospitals that are enrolled in Medicare.
To do this, we compared US doctors to their European counterparts and to US hospitals and other health care providers in other OECD countries.
We then compared the US to the EU, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Singapore, Japan and South Korea.
In other words, we were looking at the extent to which US doctors are able to access technology.
There’s a lot to be said about healthcare reform, and it’s important to know how well the US stacks up to the rest of the world.
The US, for example, has the highest percentage of doctors in the OECD, and has more doctors per capita than any other OECD country.
But the US has also the lowest per capita health spending per capita in the world, according to OECD data.
What’s more, there’s been an increase in the number and quality of US healthcare over the past year, which has been driven by the Affordable Care Act, which opened up the country to more patients.
There is also some data suggesting that healthcare spending in the country is growing.
We found that, for the most part, US doctors can access medical devices and technology, and most US hospitals can offer basic care.
However, there are some issues that need to be considered when it come to accessing medical technology in the United States, including how to pay.
In a new report , The Commonwealth Fund’s Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation has called for a more competitive US healthcare market, a shift to a national healthcare system, and for more government oversight of healthcare providers.
The Commonwealth Fund believes there’s a need for an improved system for billing providers and payment systems, and a shift in how hospitals and doctors are reimbursed, particularly as costs continue to rise in many parts of the country.