Report: U.S. on short end of healthcare 'value gap'
A report from the Business Roundtable, which represents CEOs of major companies, says America's healthcare system has become a liability in a global economy. The Business Roundtable report says Americans in 2006 spent $1,928 per capita on healthcare, at least two-and-a-half times more per person than any other advanced country.
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