Health Care Value Comparability Study

Source: Arnold Milstein, Carrie Hoverman Colla, Mercer Health & Benefits, February 28, 2009

According to the Business Roundtable Health Care Value Comparability Study, a new measure of the “value” (cost and performance) of the U.S. health care system relative to our competitors’ systems on a weighted scale, the workers and employers of the United States face a 23 percent “value gap” relative to five leading economic competitors and a 46 percent “value gap” compared with emerging competitors.
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