Irrespective of politics, the health care recipients cost in Russia or other countries that have socialized medicine does not reflect the true cost of whatever procedure that is in question. Somebody is paying the train doctors and staff, build, equip and maintain the facilities and pay salaries. If the government underwrites those costs, it is the taxpayers. The true cost would be whatever the governments would charge a foreigner to have the same procedure. And, I would guess that there are few foreigners who are flocking to any of those countries to go on an endless waiting list for health care.
In the US, few pay for their procedures directly. Government programs or insurance companies pay all but a small co-pay for treatments. In my own case I am a military retiree. I received all my treatment from initial diagnosis to post-operative care at a military hospital. I paid nothing. I have the retirees medical program called Tricare. I also have Medicare part A and B. My medicine is also paid for by the military.