Excellent article in the Washington Post exposing 5 myths about health care.
As Americans search for the cure to what ails our health-care system, we've overlooked an invaluable source of ideas and solutions: the rest of the world. All the other industrialized democracies have faced problems like ours, yet they've found ways to cover everybody -- and still spend far less than we do.
Read it Via Washington Post
To all those satisfied with the current system I ask . How is that the US spends more per capita on health care than any other country in the world and yet is ranked 50th in life expectancy?