In 2002, the latest year for which comparable data are available, the United States spent $5,267 on health care for each man, woman and child in the population. Of this, $2,364, or 45 percent, was government spending, mainly on Medicare and Medicaid. Canada spent $2,931 per person, of which $2,048 came from the government. France spent $2,736 per person, of which $2,080 was government spending.Canada and France cover everyone, but taxpayers in those countries have lower costs that the US, with millions not covered and bankruptcy rates raising because of US medical bills.
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