The solution for health care – to the extent that it can be called one – is to transition, as rapidly as possible, to citizen/family empowerment. Individuals and families need to be empowered with choice, and collectives (governments, hospital associations, doctor’s associations, and insurance companies) must be aggressively disempowered to the point where they are mere servants of families and individuals.
Author: Bruno Behrend
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