American Health Care: Too Many Hands In The Cookie Jar


“We wonder why US healthcare costs are so much more expensive than the rest of the industrialized world without significantly better outcomes.  It isn’t because physicians are grossly overpaid, as some would like the public to believe. It’s because too many hands are in the cookie jar, separating patients from their physicians.  The US healthcare system has negligently inserted strangers and institutionalized bureaucracy into the decision-making process for individual health care needs. ”