Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Mass. and Indiana Have Already Proven the Wrong and Right Models for Healthcare Reform

In two separate WSJ opinion pieces, actual healthcare reform experiments in Massachusetts and Indiana are discussed in detail leading to a very clear conclusion: top-down, mandate-driven "universal" coverage leads only to increased costs and reduced care quality while consumer-driven, market-based options not only reduce costs, but increase care quality and personal wealth. Any argument to proceed with the current federal healthcare reform bills (which look a lot like Massachusetts') simply ignores these real-world experiments and is guaranteed to bankrupt America.

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