A new study is reporting that the world risk spending $250 billion just to monitor the goals set by the United Nations.
Despite recession, spending on health care for children increased between 2009 and 2012. The spending covered by employer-sponsored insurance (ESI) was recorded to rise on an average by 5.5 percent per year.
The U.S. ranked 22 out of 27 on a list of industrialized nations that spent money in health care efficiently.
Researchers reported that the more a nation spent on health care, the lower the cancer mortality rate became.
For the first time since 1957, drug spending decreased one percent in 2012.