The U.K. has the most affordable health care in the world, according to a new report by a U.N. expert group.

It was compiled by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and the Organization of American States, which tracks global health.

It found that the average price of a doctor’s visit in the U.k. was $4,895, about $1,200 less than in other developed countries.

It’s a big difference.

While most countries charge $1-2,000 for medical visits, in the United Kingdom, a doctor can expect to pay between $2,100 and $3,500, while in Canada, a similar doctor can only expect to earn about $600.

It also helps that most doctors in the country have private insurance, meaning they can get cheaper rates.

But it’s not the only way to go.

U.G.O. data from 2015 shows that in countries where the average cost of a visit is between $1 and $4.50, a family of four could save $400 per year.

It doesn’t take a doctor to figure out that there are some areas of the U and U.W. that are particularly cheap.

The U-shape of the United States has made it easy for wealthy individuals and companies to pay more for health care than other countries.

The average cost in the Bay Area was $9,890 last year, about one-third higher than in the Midwest, which had the second-highest cost of $8,600.

That’s because of California’s higher health care spending per capita, a trend that’s partly driven by the state’s high population density.

The median cost of medical care in San Francisco was $13,350 last year.

The Bay Area’s median cost was about $9.40 for an annual visit, and it’s likely that even lower in the metro area.

But the state has also experienced a spike in health care costs in recent years.

Health care costs jumped by 9.1% last year to $964.40 per capita.

That increase was fueled by a growing share of the population with insurance, which rose from 14.4% of the nation’s population in 2016 to 20.3% in 2017, according the U-S Healthways Health Index, an online database.

The index tracks health care expenses across the U, with California accounting for the highest share of health care expenditure, followed by New York and Texas.

The cost of care in all of those states has dropped by 5.1%, according to the index.