American medical system
Is it even one system? It seems that individual states have their own laws about health 'insurance', some people get it from work and some don't (and some work schemes are somehow better than others!). Other people, for reasons I don't understand feel the need to get more than one insurance policy, some get Medicare, some Medicaid, some people's healthcare differs if they're veterans.
And what the hell are 'copays' and 'deductibles' and what happens to people when 'insurance' companies either withdraw coverage or refuse to pay?
How is it legally possible to raise the price
Evidently the financial motivation there is about making money by curing illnesses rather than the European model of reducing costs by preventing them.