Congratulations you just made a complete ass of yourself with this nonsense.
Here’s just one metric. This is a commonly used acute-care metric that measures what % of patients die within 30 days after an emergency admission to a primary care facility. So these are critical accident admissions, cardiovascular conditions, diabetic shock, drug OD, etc. The tough stuff.
So, as you can see, we’re do better than average in this metric. The Swiss die at a worse rate than we, as do the Finns, the Brits……..and having an emergency admission in Germany and Japan doesn’t end well. And I suppose it’s worth mentioning that France, Spain, and the UK (at least) on that list have single payer systems. (The Swiss and the Dutch don’t have single payer, not sure about the rest).
You’re refuted. And you’re welcome.