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spend. and, of course, the united states has far and away the largest gdp in the world. china is second, japan is third, germany is fourth, and our health care system is just under germany. this is our 2015 number. next year we will overtake germany, our health care system will overtake germany. in other words, the american health care system will be the fourth largest economy in the entire world. you know, there are 85 million people in germany. everything they spend for everything, those great bmws, you know, the bratwurst, that beer, right? all of that stuff, right? we'll spend more on health care in the united states than all of germany. it's a huge amount of money. and we know two things about the american health care system, right? one, it's -- it substantially underperforms, right? on a per-person basis, we are 27% more expensive than the next highest country. 27% more expensive on a per-person basis than the next highest country. no one in this room believes we are getting 27% better quality or value or patient experience than other countries. we're probably not getting 1
has far and away the largest gdp in the world. china is second. japan is third. germany is for it and our health care system is just under germany. we were $3.2 trillion in 2015. next year we will overtake germany. our health care system will overtake germany. in other words, it will be the fourth largest economy in the entire world. their 85 million people in germany. everything they spend for this great bmws, or outbursts,, all of that stuff will spend more on health care and united states in all of germany. it's a huge amount of money. and we know two things about the american health care system, right? one, is substantially underperforms. on a per person basis, we are 27% more expensive than the next highest country. 27% marks that on a per person basis than the next highest. no one in this room believes we are getting 27% better quality or value or patient experience than other countries. we are probably not getting one. right? very, very substantial underperformance. a lot of you are corporate executives. when you have underperformance coming of high costs, not such high quality
states has the largest gdp in the world. china is second, japan is third, germany is fourth and our health care system is just under germany. next year, we will overtake germany, our health care system at least. the american health care system will be the fourth largest economy in the end -- in the entire world. everything germany spends for everything, the bmws, the broad worse, the beer, all of that more one will spend health care than the united states that all of germany. that is a huge amount of money. we know two things about the american health-care system. one, it is substantially underperforming. on a per person basis, we are 27% more expensive than the next highest country. 27% more expensive. no one in this room believes we qualitying 27% better or value or patient experience. are probably not getting 10%, 5%, 1%. right? very substantial, underperformance. a lot of you are corporate executives, and when you have underperformance, you have high -- and notnd not such high quality you get irate. you should. i think we've seen over the last few years, that the american public
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)