Surprisingly, some countries are looking at the US for health-care guidance. Color some skeptical:

American scholars and policy analysts had expressed skepticism at Friday’s conference that there was much the widely admired German health system could learn from the U.S. mode, which costs far more, leaves more than 40 million people uninsured and delivers worse results in life expectancy and infant mortality.

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  • mchebert

    You know, you can always learn from other people, even other people’s mistakes.

  • Antonio

    They should look at the Medicare system, which has its proponents. Consider this proposal from http://www.healthcare-now.org/. They advocate Medicare for everyone, which would effectively provide affordable healthcare for everyone in the U.S. This is where we need to look for guidance.