November 11, 2011

Global Competitiveness: How Other Countries Win

Nearly every country that leads the world in international economic competitiveness also has a strong government-run or regulated universal health care system and a comprehensive welfare policy. The one exception is the United States. Read the full story written by the faculty director of the Yale Global Health Leadership Institute, Elizabeth H. Bradley and co-editor of the Health Care Cost Monitor, Daniel Callahan at the Hastings Center's Health Care Cost Monitor.

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  1. Here is a link to an op-ed piece in the New York Times, also written by Elizabeth Bradley, about Health Care in the United States.