Competition Based on Quality of Healthcare: Why Does Quality Rise in Free Markets and Decline with Government? »
Lack of quality competition is in part the result of certain characteristics of healthcare quality. What we call core quality is not a variable at all. As I discuss in my recent book Priceless: Curing the Healthcare Crisis, it is the result of other decisions made by the providers. Since the vagaries of medical...
Read More »
Tags: Civil Society, core quality, demand exceeds supply, Economics, entrepreneurship, Free Market, Government subsidies, health market, Healthcare, healthcare crisis, healthcare quality, initial group, Insurance, level quality, Medicaid, medical practice, Medicare, money price, Nationalization, ore level, Price Control, price controls, primary care, quality competition, quality data, quality differences, quality healthcare, quality improvement, quality improvements, quality of care, rationing, Regulation, Socialism, time price, vagaries, Welfare