Employer-provided private health insurance:

a. provides a small percentage of health care spending in the United States.
b. is the most common form of health care provision in industrialized countries.
c. substantially reduces the cost of health care provision relative to national health insurance schemes.
d.  is unique to the United States and not typically found in other countries.

ANSWER:

d.  is unique to the United States and not typically found in other countries.