To Fix Health Care, First Try Rewarding Failure

Few policy problems are more confounding than the inexorable rise in health-care spending. It threatens the economy even as the health-care system fails at its basic task of making us healthier. But the only way to fix it runs counter to both our instincts and our political system: we need to allow ourselves to fail -- often, enthusiastically and, above all, constructively. Full Story »

Posted by Jon Mitchell - via Real Clear Politics, Google News (Health)

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by Don Bertschman - May. 26, 2011

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