What i find truly troubling is that the economic models described here all ultimately fail. In fact the present assemblages is failing as we watch. Yet we really do need a solution that provides universal service, yet retains sufficient competition to promote real efficiency. Usually this means regulating the physical and capital structure of the whole enterprise to prevent unwanted alterations that run counter to that intent. What this really means is that it cannot occur naturally any more than we can operate any service wisely on either the basis of a sole monopoly or on the basis of an over distributed pool of under-capitalized suppliers all attempting to gouge.
How Government Killed the Medical Profession
By Jeffrey A. Singer