If you'd like to know my 'vision' it would be a free market in health services and products, without the hundreds of thousands of pages of cost-exploding procedural interference currently dictated by the government. That, to my mind, also includes eliminating the interference by patent regulation.it seems your vision of healthcare (that those who can't afford to pay don't deserve to live) is already close enough to what we have in the states.
The current interventionist model of health care - in which routine procedures are handled by insurance - has engendered a service system which is completely dissociated from downward cost pressures by the market. Does anyone shop-around to find which hospital offer the best price on baby-delivery? They won't even quote you a price!
In a free health care market, the base cost of getting an appendectomy would be on the order of a muffler change. A skilled nurse could set and brace a simple broken bone for the cost of a video game.
There would be nothing preventing charitable people from donating to subsidized or free clinics serving the poor, and they would be able to deliver orders of magnitude more care per dollar spent.
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