10 Countries Spending the Most on Healthcare

Based on information on 34 developed countries included in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's 2014 Health Statistics Report, 24/7 Wall St. — which provides analysis and commentary for global equity investors — has identified the following 10 countries as those that spent the most on healthcare in 2012.

1. U.S. — $8,745 in health expenditure per capita
2. Norway — $6,140
3. Switzerland — $6,080
4. Netherlands — $5,099
5. Austria — $4,896
6. Germany — $4,811
7. Denmark — $4,698
8. Canada — $4,602
9. Luxembourg — $4,578
10. Belgium —$4,419 

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