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Globalization and Healthcare: Lessons the US Needs to Learn

The U.S. must urgently move beyond its cliché-ridden debate on healthcare. Credit: nito Shutterstock.com The US must learn from other developed countries and develop a healthcare system that seeks to achieve positive results for all US citizens.

The difficult part of the healthcare debate for Americans is determining when government involvement is necessary — and at what level.

The failure of the U.S. Executive Branch to manage the COVID 19 pandemic and other healthcare issues is beyond doubt and need not be reiterated here. Can we drop the clichés?

It is more than high time that the United States move beyond its cliché-ridden healthcare debate toward a new and more pragmatic doctrine that seeks to achieve positive results for all U.S. citizens.

The old approach of pitting the “free” market against “socialized” medicine hasn’t gotten us anywhere. Toward a rational healthcare reform agenda

The first step would be for U.S. leaders to learn from the experience of countries that have successfully managed public health in general and the coronavirus in particular. The second step would be for the executive and legislative branches of the U.S. government to reevaluate the profound market […]

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