What Makes U.S. Health Insurance Exchanges So Complicated – NYTimes.com

Sketch map of Whitehall, London, showing the p...

Sketch map of Whitehall, London, showing the position of the major UK Government buildings there (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This is an interesting article published by the NYT. It’s WELL WORTH A READ.  Check it out!

via What Makes U.S. Health Insurance Exchanges So Complicated – NYTimes.com.

The author, Uwe E. Reinhardt,  is an economics professor at Princeton, with some financial interests in the health care field.

As I read the article, my mind wandered to European public healthcare in countries like Switzeland, Germany or France, and then it settled on the UK; this blog has repeatedly argued that the UK NHS is in a state of terminal meltdown.

The current UK Government seems to be quietly favoring increasing outsourcing of NHS services.

Perhaps, it would be better for the Government to learn from the national healthcare practices in countries like Switzerland or Germany?

Any thoughts?

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  1. Pingback: Inequality, Mobility and the Policy Agenda They Imply – NYTimes.com « Dr Alf's Blog

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