The Fake Freedom of American Health Care – The New York Times

Fascinating read on the “freedom” aspect of choice in healthcare in the USA. You have as much freedom as you can afford, and less than you should.

There are many ways of giving people choice and excellent care under government management. Universal publicly managed health coverage would even free America’s corporations and businesses to streamline their operations, releasing them from bureaucratic obligations that to me, coming from Finland, I have to say look weirdly socialist. Would this mean they would have to pay more in taxes? Possibly.

Read the article here: The Fake Freedom of American Health Care – The New York Times

Author: Mark Cathcart

Formerly an Executive Director of Systems Engineering and a Senior Distinguished Engineer at Dell. Prior to that, an IBM Distinguished Engineer working for the Systems Group in NY and Austin. I'm currently "retired until further notice".

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