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Why Healthcare is Broken, and How We Fix It

To say that U.S. healthcare is troubled is an understatement. Ours is an extraordinarily expensive system; the U.S. spends $3.2 trillion per year – more than Canada’s entire Gross National Expenditure – for care that is statistically comparable to Cuba’s. In fact, the Cuban infant mortality rate is lower than ours. And, unlike in Cuba, … Continue reading