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5 Countries That Kick Ass When It Comes to Health Care!


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  1. Posted by lurkingposter, at Reply

    Hey, Canadian here. People pay for doctors visits?! 😲

    • Posted by lurkingposter, at Reply

      Matthias Bider Before or after taxes? 😋

    • Posted by Fatnorth759, at Reply

      The Zero Zero free if non privet but u can’t get blood tests their without family doctor, and most are closed at different times and it depends where u live some take forever and will send u to other places.

    • Posted by Matthias Bider, at Reply

      +lurkingposter 27.15% more after taxes.

    • Posted by lurkingposter, at Reply

      Matthias Bider That website is a great find. What’s with the “33% more likely to have HIV/AIDS” statistic? 😱

    • Posted by lurkingposter, at Reply

      Matthias Bider Wait a minute The calculation to determine who makes more is a bit sketchy. Tell me if I’m wrong but does GDP reasonably equate to worker salaries? Industry is also another factor. What if you don’t work in the Swiss banking industry? Is the pay higher across all industries?

  2. Posted by lester williams, at Reply

    Very little wrong with the NHS

    • Posted by chipzz86, at Reply

      are you joking are u honestly joking the NHS in england has been defunded to the breaking point in 2008, all regions in england where in the black now they are all in the red, it is understaffed, nurses now have to go into 50k debt, to become a nurse the fact that nurses are leaving the NHS to work in ASDA as it pays more. George Osborne actually cut public health budget by 20%, say they have put £10Bn is a lie it was 4.5Bn which dose not cover any where near what has been taken out. the fact tories had a plan to introduce a tariff or £145 for a 20min appointment to see a GP, goes to show they can not be trusted with the NHS

    • Posted by lester williams, at Reply

      I can only judge by my experience as an end user, I haven’t any complaints at all, however my nephew who is a junior doctor in Liverpool works more hours a week than anyone should. The Labour Manifesto reads that they will commit to over £30 billion in extra funding over the next Parliament, so you now what to do!

    • Posted by Dan B, at Reply

      NHS has its problems buts it’s easily one of the best in the world

    • Posted by chipzz86, at Reply

      i have to agree with you the NHS is 1 of the best but i would never trust a tory gov with it, look at Jeremy Hunt who co-authored book calling for NHS to be replaced with private insurance. how can we trust them to work for the public’s interest and not themselves and their backer

    • Posted by lester williams, at Reply

      I agree

  3. Posted by Michael Taylor, at Reply

    No free health care, university and housing fees are sky rocking every year meanwhile were spending billions every year to murder people in foreign countries smh

    • Posted by Ragnarok Sora, at Reply

      nice pic

    • Posted by liam madden, at Reply

      52% income tax SMH

  4. Posted by Justaperson, at Reply

    Aaah I’m so happy I was born in Australia. 😏

    • Posted by Cyrus the Great, at Reply

      Go to bed mate 🇦🇺

    • Posted by Clarrisani ‍, at Reply

      Justaperson Won’t be much left of Medicare if Turdbull gets his way.

  5. Posted by Oscar Alvarenga, at Reply

    I love visiting the US, but as an Australian, I must say my general impression of the US beyond the tourist aspect, is a country in decline. The very idea of having no universal healthcare is basically insane to any citizen of any other developed country. Think of it as equivalent to a developed country not having access to Internet. Or not having a postal system. It’s almost something you’d associate with 3rd world countries. And the US basically.

    • Posted by plaid13, at Reply

      yeah it is not 3rd world. But it is going downhill pretty quick and getting down to the level of what people think of as 3rd world. we would honestly most likely be better off if we were third world because then we would get along better with the non nato countries.

      But that is a different topic. Point is our government is taxing us quite a bit and spending most of that money on war in other countries that we shouldnt be part of instead of using the taxes to take care of the country and the people of the country.

    • Posted by Dan B, at Reply

      plaid13 Switzland has 8 million people and everyone is rich
      Thats why

  6. Posted by divinuminfernum, at Reply

    when it comes to healthcare, i am certainly glad to not be living in the USA

    • Posted by Sam Vimes, at Reply

      divinuminfernum health care, gun control, police that will happily shoot you in the face. and a leader who is mentally disturbed . and they believe they are home of the brave and land of the free LOL!

  7. Posted by Micheal Gallagher, at Reply

    The Scottish accent is torturous to listen to

    • Posted by Micheal Gallagher, at Reply

      martialme84 I agree with the first part of your comment, but the second part. What’s wrong with listening to a poor person?

    • Posted by Micheal Gallagher, at Reply

      +Sam Vimes The Irish accent has consistently been voted as the sexiest in the world!
      The Scottish accent is easily the unsexiest.

    • Posted by Micheal Gallagher, at Reply

      +Sam Vimes excuses, excuses!!!

  8. Posted by denise k, at Reply

    that’s because these countries don’t have their health care on the NYSE or the NAZDQ

    • Posted by dadadruma, at Reply

      Bartender I got this lady’s tab! Cheers

    • Posted by caca, at Reply

      denise k LOL

    • Posted by Henke Ria, at Reply

      well, that is not factual. we have parts of swedish healthcare on the stock-market

  9. Posted by caca, at Reply

    Every developed country is better then the U.S.

    • Posted by SomeOne1121, at Reply

      Unless you’re rich, the USA is literally the worst country in the developed world to live in.

    • Posted by The King, at Reply

      You know Turkey is a developed country. There’s no way you could argue that Turkey is a better place to live than the U.S.

    • Posted by SomeOne1121, at Reply

      The King No it’s not.

    • Posted by The King, at Reply

      “The World Factbook list of developed countries” is the official list of developed countries, Turkey is one of them. So why are you saying that it’s not a developed country.

  10. Posted by Jeroen Bollen, at Reply

    These animations are stolen from another YouTube series.

    • Posted by Skaarphy, at Reply

      Huh? You make the claim, you provide the evidence. Is that concept new to you?

    • Posted by Jeroen Bollen, at Reply

      +Skaarphy I have proof. It’s on their YouTube channel.

      The claim you made is they didn’t steal it but presumably “borrowed” it. The burden of proof is on you, in the same way the burden of proof is on you if you were in a court hearing, claiming you didn’t steal that car but you merely asked the owner.

    • Posted by Skaarphy, at Reply

      No Jeroen, that’s not how it works. If you want an analogy from criminal law here is one that fits: When you accuse someone of being a thief it’s up to you to prove it, not up to the person – or anyone else – to prove his innocence. Because otherwise the justice system would be a farce.
      (Seriously, you have seen a cop show once or twice, haven’t you?)

    • Posted by Jeroen Bollen, at Reply

      +Skaarphy Except in this case all the evidence was found in the thief’s house. He now has to prove he didn’t steal it, but has permission to use it.

  11. Posted by Mark F, at Reply

    UK has the best healthcare in the world and it’s “free”. You may need to wait a while but if you need it you get it immediately. Shame on you Francis.

    • Posted by Mark F, at Reply

      If you compare our overall tax rates with US [including healthcare] which is elective and may not cover everything then UK tax rates are no higher than US. Socialism is the way!

    • Posted by David Hoberg, at Reply

      @liam davis : You’re aware that “getting coverage for treatment in other countries” had a whole lot to do with the UK being part of the EU, right..?

    • Posted by liam davis, at Reply

      @Mark F: So true, our tax are probably alot lower, with a lot more benifits.

      @David Hoberg: I’m not gonna lie, it did slip my mind but I was just talking in general terms, because I’ve seen the difficulty people from Jamaica and American face when travelling and they’ve gotten injured and was simply amazed how easy it was for myself to be treated.

      So I’m guessing we’ve only have about 1 or so years of international medical cover? Or do we have some alternative going into place.

      I got so disheartened at Brexit and stopped following UK politics, it was like a wake up call, we’re not better than America, we voted against our own Skeffington interests in my opinion.

      Just like how they voted for trump, I only follow US politics now, it’s like watching a train wreck but you can’t look away, it’s so entertaining yet so dangerous.

  12. Posted by Splaticus Blah, at Reply

    OK this is crazy. As a Canadian I have never paid a penny for operations, doctor visits or any medical issues. I also have never had to wait more than a week for any medical examination procedure
    such as an MRI.

    • Posted by Derek Gordon, at Reply

      You may not have had to wait for more than a week, but a greater percentage of Canadians have died while waiting for care than Americans have died due to lack of insurance.

    • Posted by the op kingdom, at Reply

      Derek Gordon… Source? I smell BS.

    • Posted by millionfish animation, at Reply

      I live in Toronto and can get a doctors appointment the next day.

  13. Posted by Smoke, at Reply

    Haha @ Americans. Last year I went to the ER with abdominal pains and was in a hospital bed attached to a bag of morphine within 3 hrs. I stayed on that bed for 4 days, meals and all provided and when I left they told me to come back 2 weeks later for an operation. I showed up as told and had my operation. I stayed in hospital for a couple of days and they had me on my way with a bag of prescription pain killers. Not once was there a mention of money, all I had to do was just give them my name, they did even ask for ID. Now here’s the kicker… our government does all this for a lot less than Americans are paying. Basically if you all regulated your healthcare sector in America to put people’s lives over profit, you can cover 100% of the population for less money than you’re paying today… but noooooo… sticking it to the “liberals” is much more important.

    • Posted by Matthias Bider, at Reply

      +Smoke aren’t you a special little snowflake?

    • Posted by MERCS2046, at Reply

      +Jesus J. yeah you’ll just end up in debt, and sit there for like ever. get off the emergency room mantra, I’m sick of it. stop fighting for table scraps.

    • Posted by Smoke, at Reply

      +Jesus J
      This isn’t about the care I got at the ER, it’s about the fact that not a single mention of money was made.

    • Posted by Matthias Bider, at Reply

      +Smoke the UK’s life expectancy is only 0.86 years higher than that of the US, so it doesn’t seem to make that big of a difference

    • Posted by Smoke, at Reply

      +Matthias Bider
      Actually USA life expectancy is 79.3 and UK life expectancy is 81.2 – that’s a 2 year difference, not 0.86. Furthermore, when it comes to life expectancy, each point of a year reflects thousands/millions of premature death, so even a 0.1yr difference is very important. Look at Mexico for example, it’s a lot more dangerous there both in terms of crime and relative healthcare, but they’re only 3 years behind USA on the life expectancy rankings – so at least understand how life expectancy numbers work before you use them. Also, Chile has a higher life expectancy that America.

      Look, I’m not trying to show off or anything, I’m just saying that you guys had the opportunity to adopt a single payer system like every other developed country in the world but your country chose to play politics instead, with the only winners being the insurance companies and the pharmaceutical corporations. It just seems that to some people it was more important to fight Obama than to adopt a healthcare system that helps the people.

  14. Posted by David Matt, at Reply

    Americans are just greedy whores. They would rather twerk than save somebody’s life.

    • Posted by jxsilicon9, at Reply

      David Matt
      Not everyone.Mostly Republicans that think their welfare isn’t the same as everyone else.

  15. Posted by Iluvcok inass, at Reply

    We will never have health care as long as we spend 80% of the budget on military

    • Posted by Iluvcok inass, at Reply

      While 1% goes to agriculture that’s really interesting

    • Posted by Iluvcok inass, at Reply

      Let’s check another nations military spending percentage. I’m thinking an easy one let’s try Canada

    • Posted by Iluvcok inass, at Reply

      joe momma I urge to know the difference between mandatory and discretionary spending is

    • Posted by Iluvcok inass, at Reply

      joe momma or even know that discretionary means we spend 16% we don’t have to

  16. Posted by Jf H, at Reply

    Paying to see a doctor??? What are you, animals? Here in Canada the only healthcare we need to pay for is for our pets.

    Not for our kids or parents.

    • Posted by 1omegademon, at Reply

      Jf H what I love about Canada is that we don’t mind making less money so that part of our taxes go towards our healthcare while a lot of Americans still have the mentality of why should I have to pay for my neighbours health and make less money

    • Posted by Kim Jong-un, at Reply

      if half of Americans make less then 54k a year , after taxes that around 800 dollars , when you factor in 401k’s and health insurance it drops to 700 dollars or less a week

      It hurts the middle incomes . that’s the issue

    • Posted by 1omegademon, at Reply

      Kim Jong-un yea but that’s what we do here and that’s why we have different tax brackets based on income and different provinces / states to ensure that everyone has equal opportunity to see a doctor and not go broke from seeing a doctor just to have him say your ok just drink some water and sleep now that’ll be $200

  17. Posted by fazeeralatiff, at Reply

    I can’t understand why Americans are obsessed with Insurance as though it is the ONLY answer in the world. I’m from SRI LANKA , a third world country and we DO NOT NEED Health Insurance. We are blessed and GUARANTEED FREE HEALTH CARE TO ALL (including foreigners) in Government Hospitals. This includes – doctor’s fees, diagnostic tests, medicines and hospitalization, ambulance charges, emergency treatment, surgical costs and meals. However, if we wish to pay for our treatment we can obtain treatment from private hospitals. Why can’t America – a first world capitalist country offer FREE HEALTH CARE to it’s citizens?

    • Posted by Smaakjeks K, at Reply

      “Why can’t America – a first world capitalist country offer FREE HEALTH CARE to it’s citizens?”
      Tax cuts for the rich, and the military industrial complex.

    • Posted by Polaide, at Reply

      Two reasons: A so called single payer healthcare system smells too much of socialism to many Americans. Also private health care insurance means that some people are turning a profit on health care. These people lobby heavily for the preservation of private health care.

    • Posted by Kenmanhl, at Reply

      Polaide, true. In the US, anything left of centre is automatically deemed communist. That’s why their so-called Left wing party, the Democrats, are actually Centre-right.

    • Posted by Kim Jong-un, at Reply

      American healthcare system if it was it’s own country would be the third largest country in the world at 3 trillion dollars lol by GDP

  18. Posted by Sali Mikaelson, at Reply

    In France our motto is : “Pay according to your means, receive according to your needs”.

    • Posted by srexob715, at Reply

      Sadly, americans are greedy and want many things for absolutely nothing. Im american, btw.

    • Posted by bill spiva, at Reply

      Until the whites become a minority, then your all fucked

    • Posted by Aaron Rainbolt, at Reply

      srexob715 not really

    • Posted by Sali Mikaelson, at Reply

      I really really hope you will get affordable health care soon. It makes me sick to the stomach just thinking people can’t take care of their health in the richest country of planet earth. You even have tv shows about doctors giving people free surgeries (to promote their show) and they’re all crying like it’s the best thing that could ever happen to them, and I’m just watching this overseas, absolutely shocked… walk into any ER in most european countries and you’ll get treated for free because you NEED it. No need to go on a tv show… Crazy world we live in. 🙁

    • Posted by romanmir01, at Reply

      Sali Mikaelson communism, sure. when I stayed in baden baden for four years (Germany, for the uninitiated), I had contractors work on a property, who lived in France, crossed the border to Germany to work doing renovation every morning. they all received welfare checks in France and paid no taxes there (worked for cash obviously). your communism “works” as long as you have enough guns to point at enough heads who are still working legally so that you can steal from them.

  19. Posted by The Redcoat, at Reply

    *Wait what about the UK, doctor FREE, hospital FREE. Bloody hell if you tick the “Unemployed” box on the sheet you get all pharmacy drugs free.*

    • Posted by Tom from Oz, at Reply

      Our healthcare system was modelled on the UK system but we don’t get free pharma until we hit a safety net, but that really is beside the point, all you Americans that struggle to afford a simple visit to the doctors are being murdered by your own politicians, the very ones that make pledges to protect you when taking office.

    • Posted by romanmir01, at Reply

      The Redcoat by *free* you do mean stolen from those who are oppressed to pay for it.