Health Care in the US: Biggest Problem | Fortune

The United States spends more on health than any other economically comparable country, yet sees a consistently mediocre return on this investment. In my last piece, I argued that this is because the U.S. invests overwhelmingly in medicine and curative care, at the expense of the social, economic, and environmental determinants of health—factors like quality education and housing, air and water safety, and nutritious food. A deeper investment in contextual factors like these can help create healthy societies and prevent disease before it occurs.

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