Technological improvements in health care have given us the quality of life we enjoy today. But chronic conditions, end-of-life care, and an aging society will bankrupt the United States if it doesn’t make dramatic changes to its health care system. America — and many other countries — need an audacious goal to get off the unsustainable path.
What if the United States set itself the goal of cutting healthcare costs in half — without sacrificing quality, and in about a decade?
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