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Experienced a Coordination Problem in Past Two Years, 2016

Source: 2016 Commonwealth Fund International Health Policy Survey
  • Australia

    22%

  • Canada

    30%

  • China

    n/a

  • Denmark

    n/a

  • France

    31%

  • Germany

    19%

  • India

    n/a

  • Israel

    n/a

  • Italy

    n/a

  • Japan

    n/a

  • Netherlands

    23%

  • New Zealand

    22%

  • Norway

    35%

  • Singapore

    n/a

  • Sweden

    32%

  • Switzerland

    30%

  • Taiwan

    n/a

  • United Kingdom

    19%

  • United States

    35%

Coordination problem includes one or more of the following: test results/records not available at appointment or duplicate tests ordered; specialist lacked medical history or regular doctor not informed about specialist care; and received conflicting information from different doctors or health care professionals.