From Vox: Is Singapore’s “miracle” health care system the answer for America? Healthcare is a really complicated issue, with no good answers, which is why it’s such a big debate (if the answer were obvious and the solution easy, there would be no debate and no healthcare problem in America), and also the issue runs… Continue reading The Healthcare Debate, Part 3: Why America Cannot Be Like Singapore
Part 1: The Healthcare Debate: Confronting Reality (End of Life Care and Costly Chronic Diseases) In part one, I discuss end-of-life care and chronic diseases and how they are a major contributing factor for rising healthcare expenditures. I also discuss the ethical considerations of denying care to such individuals. But America’s healthcare cost expansion isn’t… Continue reading The Healthcare (and Student Loan) Debate, Part 2…Why is everything so expensive?