The U.S. spends nearly $4 trillion on health care, but inequities still exist. Here's why.

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Published on 21 Apr 2021, 23:16
The U.S. spends nearly $4 trillion on health care, yet inequities in care continue to persist. With 30 million Americans uninsured during the pandemic, is universal health care the answer? William Brangham explores the matter in our new documentary, "Critical Care: America vs. The World." He joins Judy Woodruff to preview and discuss the special.

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