Whilst reading about the 'universal healthcare debate' in the USA,I came across some
interesting statistics relating to the year 2005 which shows the extremely high
standard of healthcare in Sweden - a country with a population of around 10 million.
A couple of things stand out as illustrating the highly efficient and cost effective way in which Sweden
deals with the issue of the health of it's population:
1.the highest (or equal highest) ratio of nurses and doctors per 100 of population than any other country on the list
2.the lowest % pf government revenue spent on healthcare with almost the highest % of health costs paid by government.
Sweden is a very good place to live!