Why Luxury TVs Are Affordable when Basic Health Care Is Not

by Larry Emmott on December 9, 2016

in Health Care Politics

It’s not that complicated, folks. If you want good services, good products, innovative ideas, and low prices, you need competitive markets. The more you control, the higher the prices and the worse the results.

Source: Why Luxury TVs Are Affordable when Basic Health Care Is Not | Foundation for Economic Education

Check out the graph at the link.

THE issue in healthcare is not access it is cost. Command and control central price controls has never worked to control costs and maintain quality. Markets and competition do work.

High tech diagnostic and sensing devices that use a smartphone will do far more to reduce costs and increase access than rules mandating coverage.

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