David Goldhill critiques American health care.

October 15, 2009
American health care kills. And it’s because markets for health care services are grossly distorted. That’s the assessment of businessman David Goldhill, whose father died of a hospital acquired infection. Goldhill wrote up what he discovered subsequently in an article for the Atlantic Monthly entitled, “How American Health Care Killed My Father.” One of the key problems in American health care, he says, is that the consumer of health care services or products is rarely paying directly.


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