Global Ranking

43 out of 81

Regional Ranking

2 out of 2



Population 2019

Source: The World Bank


Income Group

Source: The World Bank

High income

Source: The World Bank

North America

Human Development Index 2017
Source: The Human Development Report, 2019


Life Expectancy at Birth 2020
Source: World Population Review
81.5 Years
76.4 Years
No. of Deaths 2018
Source: IHME


Health Expenditure (%GDP) 2017
Source: The World Bank


Country Score

Leading causes of death (2019)

Source: Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation

  1. Ischemic heart disease
  2. Lung cancer
  3. COPD
  4. Stroke
  5. Alzheimer's disease
  6. Chronic kidney disease
  7. Colorectal cancer
  8. Lower respiratory infect.
  9. Diabetes
  10. Cirrhosis

Strongly Disagree

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Strongly Agree

Indicators Country Score Regional Average
(n=2 countries)
International Average
(n=81 countries)
Health-care providers generally deliver clear and timely information so patients can make informed decisions
When possible, health-care providers generally encourage patients' contact with friends and family
Health-care providers generally support patients' spiritual, religious, and cultural needs
Health-care providers generally treat patients kindly and sympathetically
Health-care providers generally ask enough questions to understand patient needs
Health-care providers generally provide appropriate levels and quality of life extending treatments
Health-care providers generally control pain and discomfort to patients' desired levels
Health-care providers generally help patients cope emotionally
The places where health-care providers provide care generally are clean, safe, and comfortable
Care generally is well coordinated across different health-care providers
Health-care providers generally help with patients' non-medical concerns
Patients generally are able to be cared for and die at their place of choice
Costs generally are not a barrier to patients getting appropriate care