• Jon Knight

    ALL government health care policy incorporates at least two of three elements: (1) inflating demand through subsidy; (2) restricting supply through regulation; (3) feigning surprise though outrage.

    No good solution will be possible without directly addressing the supply side of the market from the ground up, with explicit health care education provided from K throu 12 (one hour per day for 13 years equals the classroom hours spent earning a B.S. Degree). If only 20% of the students took it seriously, the supply of health care knowledge in the general populace would be increased by a factor of 20. With this base of knowledgeable cosumers, the private sector could supply massive new technology to take over the primary care burden through self- service.

  • Jon Knight

    In my previous post, in (3) I intended to say “feigning surprise when the price increases through outrage”