Not true, only certain aspects are better. For example, Canadians have a longer wait time and way higher taxes. Not to mention the cost for basic commodities in Canada is a lot more expensive than America's products. This is all thanks to government interference. When the U.S. government got out of certain health care aspects such as lasik eye surgery the cost went way down.
We're spending more per capita on healthcare. All this quibbling about higher taxes and how basic commodities are more expensive is meaningless because as a total amount of money (both public and private spending) we are spending far more than any other country.
In fact, we spend more on healthcare just in the public sector (like taxes) than Canada already. After which the private spending on top of that gets us to almost double what Canada spends.