You agreed with some of my findings and observations. But on the conclusion part, you made a few twists in using my reasoning to support your preconceived notions, that a deft government should mastermind a better health care system so the U.S. can join the civilized world.
About 40 years ago, one of my mentors in Poland wrote a book about the United States titled “The Continent Drifting Away.” His thesis was that “America is not so much the 15 years ahead of Europe as 150 years on the side.” https://www.biblionetka.pl/book.aspx?id=27355
The main difference is that American political concept is based on the assumption that the best of the society can be achieved when individuals have freedom to pursue their personal goals, because the sum of these achievements will be always greater than any possible result from any social development planned and executed by an enlighten government, be it a wise ruler or a well advised democratically elected governing body.
Human civilization has thousands years of history. But the last push, which capitalized the best on this history and opened unknown before abilities for human genius to flourish happened within circa last two hundred years in the United States. The falsehood of the closing statement in your comment is in you omitting the simple fact that the civilized world as we know it today was shaped by American ideas. The rest of the world adopted the civilization as Americans created it.
Your point of view boils down to advocating for sending to United Kingdom apologies for misbehavior of our ancestors in 1776.