Forbes March 27, 2023
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Nearly half of Americans say the healthcare system is failing them. Six in ten report having had a bad healthcare experience. About half of patients say they have trouble affording health care—even those who are insured. All told, Americans’ satisfaction with their healthcare system hit a new low in 2022.

The default response to statistics like these is a call for more government. Indeed, 57% of Americans believe the feds should ensure everyone has health insurance.

But so many of the things that people dislike about health care are consequences of government intervention: pricey insurance, unnecessary waits for care, administrative hassles.

What if we went the other way, and sought a freer market in health care? Technology can make it...

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