Tuition Costs V. Medical Care Costs V. Home Prices V. the CPI

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    Despite efforts by the government to regulate and control the healthcare system it continues to get more expensive and less efficient. Considering our laborious legislative process, the likelihood for major change within our current system is low. Special interests who have a lot to lose, spend money on lobbying to keep their interests in favor.

    Furthermore, many of the above policies took years to create, and with the acceleration and advancements we are making in technology it is becoming impossible to create policies in a timely enough fashion in order to keep up.

    So how do we fix this? The answer lies in putting those with the appropriate competency, training and compassion back in charge: the physicians!



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