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Which is the worst-performing U.S. health insurance company?

A new report released by the Kaiser Family Foundation reveals that the U.K. and France have both scored the worst in the U., while the U’s score is lower than in the Netherlands, Germany, and Spain.

In fact, France’s score on the new scorecard is the lowest it has ever been.

The report comes amid a nationwide push by lawmakers to address the countrys health care system’s ongoing financial crisis and the potential impact on the nations economy.

As reported by the New York Times, the government is working on a bill that would allow people to buy their own health insurance and the cost of health insurance premiums would be eliminated.

Katherine Walsh, the executive director of the American Medical Association, said the bill would allow doctors to charge patients more for medical care, resulting in higher rates for the insured and lower quality of care for patients.

“The bill is so bad that it’s not just about the individual insurance companies, but the whole system,” she said.

According to the report, the U was ranked 49th among the countries in terms of the financial health of its health insurance companies. “

It’s a dangerous bill, and I’m not optimistic that we’ll get it passed.”

According to the report, the U was ranked 49th among the countries in terms of the financial health of its health insurance companies.

It is also the third most financially challenged country in terms the number of insured people, according to the World Bank.

Germany, ranked first, ranked 47th in terms.

France ranked fourth in terms, the report found.

And in terms to quality of health care services, the study said France ranked second.

But the report also noted that the United States was ranked 18th on the index because it is not among the 10 countries that have universal health coverage.

According the Kaiser report, France has the highest cost of medical care per capita, and the United Kingdom ranked last on the report because the country is not one of the 10 nations that have a universal health insurance system.

This chart shows the rankings of countries on the list of the world’s most expensive countries for health care and health care related costs, according the report.