“If we are going to be serious about squashing health-care costs and improving the quality of care, we need to foster intense competition among health-care providers”

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The U.S. can slash health-care costs 75% with 2 fundamental changes — and without ‘Medicare for All’
by Sean Masaki Flynn
Aug 29, 2019

As the Democratic presidential candidates argue about “Medicare for All” versus a “public option,” two simple policy changes could slash U.S. health-care costs by 75% while increasing access and improving the quality of care. These policies have been proven to work by ingenious companies like Whole Foods and innovative governments like the state of Indiana and Singapore. If they were rolled out nationally, the United States would save $2.4 trillion per year across individuals, businesses, and the government. READ MORE

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