Article originally shared in Analytics Pie
Let us say that a country U spends 1/6th of their GDP, which equates to around 16%, in health care related expenses, and is a leader on this front by more than twice compared to the next country on a per capita basis. To add complexity to this analysis, we will add one more situation where there is a global pandemic, and this country sees 16% mortality out of all (official) global mortality due to the same pandemic, and is a leader on this front as well.
WHY OFFICIAL MORTALITY DATA?
The reason being that a country T could ban the use of the word that
causes this pandemic, showing nil deaths from the pandemic. Could this
happen in the real world? What do you think?
What will happen, if this country decides to increase its health care expenditure to 25% from 16% in the next five years, if there were to be another pandemic in the future?
Would other countries take action to catch up with this country on this front?
Along with this quiz, you could see a Charlie Chaplin movie, titled, "The Cure".
Do you see any connection between this movie, and the current trends to legalize some drugs?
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