Chuck Newton, BS


Two-Sided Risk in the Oncology Care Model

June 18, 2019

The US healthcare system remains one of the most inefficient healthcare systems in the world. The Bloomberg Health-Care Efficiency Index ranked the United States 54th among 56 countries in 2018, tied with Azerbaijan and only ahead of Bulgaria. This occurs even though the United States spends $10,244 per capita annually on healthcare, a figure representing 17% of the gross domestic product.