That's a neat trick. Arnold Relman, the Harvard Medical School expert who wrote TNR's cover story on universal health care a few months back, somehow got David Francis to rewrite his whole article for the Christian Science Monitor, complete with lots of quotations from, yes, Arnold Relman. Well played!
Relman's basic argument is that the next 5-10 years will see the ascension of consumer-driven health solutions: HSA's, MSA's, and all the other acronyms that mean you, not your employer, are now responsible for the majority of your health care expenditures. Relman thinks this revolution will fail, and when it does, single-payer will be the last option left standing and we'll adopt it.