September 7, 2009

WHAT WE CAN LEARN from India’s health care system. “Health insurance is uncommon in India, so patients typically pay out of their own pockets for routine care. That too plays a role in keeping costs low. As a result, medical services in India are faster, cheaper, and far more consumer-friendly than here.” But most people won’t want to learn: “Apparently, in the mainstream health care debate, the only models you’re allowed to cite are countries that are relatively rich and white. Aside from some socialists smitten with Cuba, hardly anyone wants to look to the Third World.”

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