Hidden Complications: Why Health Care Competition Needs Regulation

The market cure for health care’s maladies would be no simple matter. In fact, the great irony of market reform is that it requires skill in regulation. Yet market reformers tend to deny the competence of government, undermining the very confidence their own remedy requires.

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