“We can no longer afford an overall health care system in which the thought is more is always better, because it’s not.” – Peter Orszag
Could anyone disagree? Not really. Which ought to be the first clue that it’s a meaningless truism. I mean, of course more isn’t always better.
But this hasn’t stopped this truism from becoming one of the most popular refrains in health care reform. Most of the time this is directed at one area: end-of-life care. Read more »
*This blog post was originally published at See First Blog*