Policy September 2009 Atlantic Magazine
“After the needless death of his father, the author, a business executive, began a personal exploration of a health-care industry that for years has delivered poor service and irregular quality at astonishingly high cost. It is a system, he argues, that is not worth preserving in anything like its current form. And the health-care reform now being contemplated will not fix it. Here’s a radical solution to an agonizing problem.” by David Goldhill.
This article is lengthy but uncovers some fundamental issues on the health care issue now before Congress.