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Posted October 15, 2009
Howard Dean's book "Prescription for Real Healthcare Reform" is typical.
Party line right down to the public option. Health care reform is necessary, I agree. But solving it with absurd things like "wellness programs" (which has been around for many years) and public options only creates bigger inept gov't programs.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
The fact of the matter is this: Find a solution to funding issue and everything else will fall into place. The problem with Dean's book, it is bias, not well thought out and unoriginal. It avoids the issue of who and how will pay for the plan, which in my opinion is a critical component of a successful health care plan. The fact of the matter is that we all have to pay for it. A special effort will be necessary to obtain the cooperation from the many entities that the issue touches. The income stream that will be necessary to pay for any kind of plan must be sustainable and reliable. Dean's book never even goes there.
Posted August 15, 2009
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