The American health care system is in crisis and in 2011, more than $2.7 trillion was spent on medical care by the citizens of America. Reports say that more than 50 million people in United States are not insured and every year only 49% of adults in United States receive preventive medical care and take required screening tests.
Every year in United States, more than 10,000 individuals die due to medical errors made by doctors or physicians. It is determined that by 2020, the total medical expenditure of US citizens will be nearly equal to 20% GDP of America.
By the year 2030, it is predicted that there will be more than 71 million old people in America and as a result the health care expenditure may raise by 25%. Survey forecasts that the medical aid expenses may raise by 7.5% every year from 2015 to 2020 and by 2020, the overall medical aid expenses may reach to $908.1 million.