Americans spending on social services is far less per capita than that of counterpart countries taking both health care and social service spending into account the united states spends a fairly average sum compared with its peer countries and we argue has fairly average health outcomes as a result. The great paradox of american health care according to elizabeth bradley and lauren taylor is that although american per capita spending on health far exceeds that of any other country on earth . The american health care paradox why spending more is getting us less examines this phenomenon and argues that strategies to improve health in the united states have traditionally looked only at the health care system as the key driver of health and health outcomes authors elizabeth bradley and lauren taylor propose replacing the current . The american health care paradox was a greatly informative book about how and why americans are spending more on health care than any other industrialized country and yet we are seeing poorer results. The authors of the american health care paradox explore why the richest country in the world doesnt have the best health and why it takes more than spending more and getting less for health care by pauline w chen md studies since the 1980s have shown that despite spending enormous sums on health care
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