The World Health Organization’s ranking of the world’s health systems was last produced in 2000, and the WHO no longer produces such a ranking table, because of the complexity of the task.
Meaning, statistics lie.
If you want I will find the study that says Health care in America has done nothing since 2000 but sky rocket in price
Cool, I can show you that areas where the government kept completely out of it like LASIK and plastic surgery got better while the price plummeted.
Does it not tell you something that eye surgery and boob jobs get cheaper and better whereas all other costs explode?
Those are areas that the Insurance companies have stayed out of
There is a point, there is no risk involved per se.
However, let them compete across statelines and with every product they want.
Let them make deals with Asian hospitals who perform standard surgery at one third of the cost, including flight. American surgeons will either learn to compete or weep.
Unleash the power of competition and those costs will come down.
Hey, if medical tourism catches on American law might even change to the “English system”. What ambulance chaser would sue someone in the Philippines? Those people could be cheaper because of their more competitive law system alone.
We could go the free market , but we would have to remove the insurance industry, they have it all mucked up, You could not do free m arket with the Ins. industry dictating term.[/quote]
Did you really just say that?
We could go to the freemarket, we’d just have to regulate it.
What do you do for a living by the way? I really hope you’re not in control of money, or business decisions. On second thought its obvious you’re not.