The Statistical Connector between the Health Expenditures and the Life Expectancy, in United States
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Gabriela Opait: Dunarea de Jos, University of Galati, Romania
Risk in Contemporary Economy, 2017, 9-29
The efficacy politic of the federal government in United States, concerning the Health Care System and the Health Expenditures, develops a „fingerprint” in the optimization of the values regarding the Life Expectancy. The aim of this research is to emphasize the powerful and the precious statistical connection between the Health Expenditures and the Life Expectancy in United States. The Health Expenditures represents the “sparks of the internal combustion engines” which put in movement the circuits of the “energetic high tides” from hospitals and medical clinics, for to maintain or to obtain the health of the patients. In any country, the Health Expenditures constitute important “energetic source” for to achieve a high Life Expectancy. In this research, the United States represent a model which musts be applied on international level by all the countries. In each year, the United States have “astronomical numbers” reflected by the Health Expenditures and this statistical analysis through the correlation coefficient demonstrates that, there is a very important and beneficial influence of the Health Expenditures on Life Expectancy in the United States, which have “astronomical numbers” presented by the Life Expectancy. Everywhere on globe, a high quota destined to the Health Expenditures has as effect a good health for nation and this effect, as in a “perpetuum mobile”, achieves a well-being and an economic development for the respective country. The Life Expectancy and the Health Expenditures must to represent for any country “targets” of the good health and well-being for these nations.
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