Nearly everybody, regardless of political views, agrees that the markets for health insurance and healthcare services in the U.S. are dysfunctional. We spend quite a bit more per person on healthcare than most other developed countries, yet we do not have significantly better health outcomes.
Law professor Nicholas Bagley and healthcare economist Austin Frakt recently provided (what I found to be) an excellent explanation of one of the causes of this undesirable situation.
- The Problem with One-Size-Fits-All Health Insurance from Nicholas Bagley and Austin Frakt
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