US is the country in the world that spends most money on health pr. capita, they spend 7290$ pr. inhabitant on health. That is 16% of GDP pr. inhabitant. Canada which has a good health care system spends far less, they spend 3895$ pr. capita, that is 10% of GDP pr. capita. Companies dont want to start business in the US because of the high spending on private health insurance. And companies decide to flag out because of high health care spending. A 2001 study in five states found that medical debt contributed to 46.2% of all personal bankruptcies and in 2007, 62.1% of filers for bankruptcies claimed high medical expense. Why dont US adopt the canadian model for health care that has been a success? That will make companies establish in the US and create new jobs, economic growth and better health which implies more productive workers. Is their any disadvatages at all by adopting the canadian system, I cant see any?