That chart only shows life expectancy and mortality from heart disease, outcomes of interaction with health services goes further than that.
@Purple made a specific claim that Irish health outcomes were worst in the OECD.
This is not true.
Even the value for money claim is not obvious. Ireland has a bigger alcohol abuse problem than most countries. There is very little that health spending can do to prevent it. It also works the other way by pushing up spending as people with chronic alcohol problems need a lot of expensive treatment.