Dan Roam and Tony Jones recently got together to visualize health care reform. It’s good and easy to understand. That’s Dan’s default—he’s the author of “The Back of the Napkin.”
Part one: Health care in America is a business (that it is, with the patient increasingly mattering less…aside from $$ brought to the system)
Part two: It’s not health care reform—it’s insurance reform (and that’s a big problem, paying attention primarily to the insurance side does little to rectify our growing problem)
Part three: What proposals are actually on the table?
Part four: Impacts and conclusions