"There has been a War on America’s Medical Care System for the past 4 decades. Forces in the private sector and the public sector which are well funded and organized have systematically destroyed the American Health Care System. In 1971, health care in America cost $356 per person per year and was ranked Number 1 in the world. Nearly 4 decades later, the cost has skyrocketed to nearly 20 times the cost at $6,675 per person and is ranked last when compared to other industrialized nations. In addition, Americans have the most expensive care in the world in return for the fewest services. Low reimbursements and a burdensome liability system with huge malpractice insurance costs are driving American doctors out of business in record numbers.
This book introduces a radical new plan in 3 steps to bring America into line with the rest of the industrialized world with regard to cost, availability and quality of service. It introduces a new liability system that does not forfeit protection for injured patients. It eliminates the Medicare system and puts all 300 million Americans on one affordable system at about 1/5th the present cost with complete health care."
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Published August 26, 2009
Professional & Technical, Law & Philosophy.