I have worked in the UK, Canada and the US. The
quality of care, subjectively, is proportional to
the amount of money spent.
Figures vary quite a bit, generally speaking UK spends about 8% of its GNP on Health Care and probably has the longest waiting lists and probably the poorest standard of care.
Canada spends a little more and has an intermediate level of care and waiting lists.
U.S. spends the most and has the highest standard of care and no waiting lists. BUT about half of
the population has no Health Care Insurance.