Dear Hospital,

Problem 1: Hidden Pricing

Problem 2: Too many hands in the pie

Howdy, Doctor!
So long, Doctor…

Problem 3: We’re too good at saving lives

In summary

  • That you want hospitals and doctors to publish what they charge people.
  • That you want insurance companies diminished, not to be forced to pay them more money. (I’ll admit, I’m not actually sure how the government should play a role here other than certainly not increasing the size of the insurance business)

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