Very few people believe that the USA’s healthcare system is good. Of course, the wealthy have access to the best diagnostics and care in the world, and most people get their healthcare as part of their benefits package from their employers (albeit with a lot more restrictions than the truly wealthy), and therein lies the problem.
This is the first in a series that I will write to describe the current state, and my humble thoughts on how to move forward.
We will begin with the rise of employer sponsored health insurance, as it is a significant factor in the problems. Continue reading →