Much has been made of the comparisons to health cares costs and outcomes in the US as compared to other systems in Europe.
Luckily, there is a way to make your own tests. For example, for men dying of all causes we can assemble this summary graph comparing the US and EU.
[Note: the number is in MicroMorts, which are the number who would die in the next year PER MILLION]
If you take the time to input your particulars, you get some valid benchmarks to decide if the very high relative price we pay for health care yields the benefits some think.
My take: the US is great for geezers like me who have (or will soon) "socialized medicine" (Medicare), but not such a bargain for you young folks.
Maybe you kids should vote.
Hint: please do utilize the excellent tutorial.