A brilliantly simple look at how we can fix healthcare without drastic policy change and political diatribes.
Since FDR, the US healthcare system has been mired in politics and policy. All the while it has only increased in complexity and cost. Today half of all personal bankruptcies are attributable to healthcare costs. Many community hospitals are barely getting by with single digit profit margins. With a system teetering on the edge of a systemic crisis, we need to turn to a brand-new approach to rescue the US healthcare system.
About the Author
Thomas Koulopoulos is the Chairman and Founder of Delphi Group, a thinktank that advises Fortune 500 companies and governments on future trends. He is the author of eleven other books, an adjunct professor at Boston University, and a columnist for Inc.com.