Canada's health system beats US in costs and results
As of 1995, you folks are spending at least $6,400 per capita to our $3,360.
Yet infant mortality in the United States is higher and life expectancy at birth is less than in Canada.
Let's work this out: US population: 305,900,000 x $6,400 = $1,957,760,000,000.
Now let's see what would happen if it cost the same as the Canadian system:
305,900,000 x $3,360 = $1,027,824,000,000
Okay; then: $1,957,760,000,000 - $1,027,824,000,000 = $ 92,994,000,000.
Just so we're clear: an adoption of the Canadian system would save Americans $ 92 billion dollars. And you would insure everybody.