|| Reid goes to ten countries to find out why all the other industrialized democracies manage to provide high-quality universal health care but still spend half as much as we do. Reid explains how they do it, and why they do it. One key lesson is that most foreign countries do not use socialized medicine. Japan has 99 percent private hospitals and 5,000 health insurance companies -- but provides universal coverage and excellent care for less than half what we spend per capita. Learn more:

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