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Tuesday, April 19, 2005
Krugman on Health Care
In the most recent installment of his healthcare column series, PK highlights the dichotomy of healthcare in the U.S.: we spend way more per person but don't have better health. Why? Two reasons. My doctor friends won't like it, but we pay doctors substantially more for the same service than they do in other countries. And our administration costs are way too high - too much bureaucracy.
I give John Kerry credit for talking about healthcare a lot lately - he recognizes that is the true crisis. But, John, if you're reading this, I still don't think you should run for President again.