The most fundamental concern of modern healthcare is not reimbursement, but supply. Today’s healthcare market is crippled by government regulation and a command/control structure which slows the market’s natural tendency toward innovation, investment, and scale. Many of these concerns may not be addressed in our lifetime. However, we can start by controlling costs that focus on innovation, new delivery systems, licensing restrictions, and the decertification of state-sanctioned monopolies. By addressing supply concerns today, we can begin to develop opportunities for medical service providers to expand outside of the prevailing third-party insurance model, which has reigned for the last 80+ years.
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