Wednesday, September 7, 2011


Competition is touted as a solution for all the ills that afflict healthcare, not withstanding the evidence from a market that is not deficient in competition, the US, that more competition does not equate to better healthcare. One of the great thinkers, Muir Gray, has written two recent blog posts, here and here, which outline a pragmatic framework which could be used to foster improved healthcare. Strongly recommended reading.

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