By Michael Feng. Edited by Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview According to the US Institute of Medicine, the lack of adequate insurance is the cause of an estimated 20,000 excess deaths per year in the USA. Despite spending the most money as well as the highest percentage of its GDP on healthcare, the US still falls behind...
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By Arjun Chandrasekar. Overview The urge for the US healthcare system to be at peak performance has never been at such high demand, considering how the COVID-19 pandemic affected our lives. The government administration has therefore been influxing federal cash in the economy for healthcare for spendings such as technology in hospitals, job salaries, etc....
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