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U.S. health system inspires least confidence: survey
Modern Healthcare

Despite having the most expensive healthcare system in the industrialized world, Americans tend to have the least confidence that their system will provide them the most-effective care as compared with residents of 10 other first-world countries, a Commonwealth Fund survey has found.

A survey of nearly 20,000 people in the U.S. and 10 other industrialized nations has found that U.S. consumers reported the highest level of confusing complexity of their health insurance plans and the highest level of concern that they would not be able to afford their healthcare coverage.