When the price of an ambulance goes up, the market is rigged

The United States has one of the highest prices for emergency care in the world, according to the latest data from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

The average price for a single-trip ambulance is $12,800, according the data, which includes both emergency care and transportation for patients with severe medical conditions.

But as more Americans get medical care and more Americans die, the cost of ambulance transportation is rising.

That’s because more people are getting medical care in their communities and in the country’s largest cities.

The price of ambulances is also rising in many other countries.

In China, for example, the average price per person for an ambulance is about $6,000, according a recent report from the Brookings Institution.

In India, the median price is $5,500, according data from The Lancet.

In Japan, the cheapest average price is about a third of what it is in the United States.

Some of those countries also have higher costs than the United Kingdom, according

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