Originally Posted by Blart
What's funny is that in their refutation they list "GDP per capita" as the most important statistic, something we've already discussed in this thread
Anyway, I'm not convinced, and the OECD isn't convinced. That's why they continue to use Life Expectancy as a measure of healthcare effectiveness.
But I can see why you'd try to move the goal posts.
Yes, it's clear that the best way to measure a health care system is to use numbers that reflect homicides. Because what good is a health care system if it can't fight crime?