An international survey by The Commonwealth Fund found that only 7 percent of Germans reported issues concerning health care costs since 2018, according to a Los Angeles Times report, whereas one-third of Americans reported cost-related woes.
“There is a lot we could learn,” AARP’s Leigh Purvis tells the Times.
Purvis has been actively pushing policymakers to further examine Germany’s model, per the report.
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