Medical Care in the U.S.A. now costs us more than $3 trillion dollars per year ($3,000,000,000,000, plus). We in the U.S. spend more per capita on Medical care than any other nation in our world, so how do we rate on a scale of 1 (the best) to 35 (the worst)? We rank about 25, and that is way, way down on the health scale, or whatever you want to call it. We are not getting good bang for our Medical care dollar.
John D. Rockefeller, the father of our Allopathic medical care system started us on a path, or road to a system that just doesn't work, for the consumer (It works great for the people or entities at the top, the pharmaceutical industry). John D. is believed to have said that competition is a sin, the very same belief and action that dooms capitalism to failure. Add competition and Capitalism is the best economic system possible. Competition works for the consumer and works to keep industry honest and competitive. We have a capitalistic medical care system without competition, so it will continue to work poorly and to cost more and more. The medical care industry and its' government, actively discourages competion to it and if we are not careful the U.S. will end up with a full on socialistic form of medical care. Bob