Comparisons between the health status and healthcare services in Canada with those of the United States are often undertaken by both the policy analysts, as well as the respective governments. The two countries deployed similar systems in the healthcare sector, particularly in the periods between the 1960s and 1970s. Currently, the expenditure that the United States spends on health care services is more comparable to that spent on healthcare delivery in Canada. In the year 2006, the per capita expenditure dedicated to healthcare in Canada was approximately USD 3679 while the United States used about USD 6714, translating to approximately ten and fifteen percent respectively (Krauss, 2010).
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. The technological disparity that results in the two countries leads to short wait times in the United States compared to Canada. All in all, the healthcare sector remains as one of the most industrious industries in both countries. Different players in the sector having different roles that range from healthcare insurance schemes, the provision of healthcare services, as well as other medical services.
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