We Get Less for Twice as Much. Despite having fewer office visits and shorter average hospital stays, the U.S. overall spends twice as much per person on healthcare than do comparable countries. Click here for more. By Rabah Kamal and Cynthia Cox   Kaiser Family Foundation Posted: May 8, 2018

Health Care Costs Soar While Other Costs Decrease or Not Change: Click here and here to see 2018 graphs. Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis.

A Comparison Of Hospital Administrative Costs In Eight Nations: This study suggests that the reduction of US administrative costs would best be accomplished through the use of a simpler and less market-oriented payment scheme. doi: 10.1377/hlthaff.2013.1327 HEALTH AFFAIRS 33,NO. 9 (2014): 1586–1594 Click here for more.

Heart Procedures in Layman’s Terms—cartoon: Click here.

Sam Metz Health Care Money Flow Diagram 2013: Click here.

Total Doctor Compensation by Specialty: Click here. 2016 Medscape Report

Oregon Families Spend One Third Of Income On “Health Care”: Click here.

Electronic Health Record and Billing Costs: 18-02-21 JAMA Lee Click here.

Costs in US vs other countries: 2010, 2013 Health Affairs article Click here.