We All Want Healthcare To Cost Much Less — But We Are Asking The Wrong Question
Joe Flower

A few notes:

  1. Singapore has already figured this out.
  2. We have examples in the United States of medical procedures becoming more efficient and inexpensive over time — cosmetic surgery.

The only real way to have this market work is to have clear and transparent pricing paid for by the direct consumer. Every degree of separation we add between the provider and the consumer creates waste and abuse.

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