Wouldnt you agree that other factors are involved in healthcare outcomes other than the healthcare itself.Swing and a miss.
While my Canadian friend ultimately lost his wife to cancer. She never waited in line for a treatment and managed to hold off breast cancer for 15 years or so. They never had to worry about the financial aspect of her many treatments.
If you look at life expectancy, birth mortality, and a host of other stats,, we do stand out as being best in class,, compared to other advanced countries.
I have had the good fortune to have good health insurance my entire adult life,,, even being fortunate enough to have employer provided insurance in retirement. Even with that,, it is obvious to me our model is badly flawed.
I lived in Canada for 6 years and had Ontario's provincial healthcare. It sucked big time in the area I lived in. In Toronto it might be different. In Manitoba or Alberta it might be different as well as each province is not the same.