Are Americans getting our COVID Money’s worth?

The U.S. accounts for one-third of average global deaths from COVID-19. There’ve been 1.5 million cases of COVID-19 in the United States and of those 90,000 patients have died. That means 6% of U.S. COVID-19 patients have died. In contrast 14% of patients in the U.K. and 4.5% of patients in Germany have died. Clearly something is amiss!

Each American spends about $10,000 per year on health care, while residents of the U.K. spend only $4,000 and residents of Germany spend $6000. So, even though the residents of the U.S. spend 60% more than residents…