New Harvard-led research shows the U.S. spent nearly twice as much as other high-income countries on medical care in 2016, yet had poorer population health outcomes (e.g.,lowest life expectancy and highest infant mortality rate). The main drivers of higher healthcare costs in the U.S. are generally high prices for salaries of physicians and nurses, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and administration, according to the study published in JAMA.

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