Thursday, November 1, 2007

America's Lagging Health Care System

An editorial from the New York Times reiterates what has been known for quite sometime which is that the American health care system trails that of other industrialized countries. More individuals are becoming dissatisfied with a system that does not support quality, leaves too many without insurance, and continues to increase costs.

The editorial correctly points out that for the system to improve it will require that patients have easy access to primary care doctors. It is the robust primary care doctor network that other countries have that help improve the health of their citizens while keeping costs manageable.

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