The Health and Human Services Secretary, Michael O. Leavitt, is taking a trip across the pond to investigate a classified tip from one of our assets. The tip goes something like this: There are a few countries that provide universal health coverage and have achieved such equity without behemoth bureaucracies, but rather uses private insurers.
Why do we only hear about single-payer systems like Canada, France, and England?
Why are these other models shunned from the popular media’s debate on health care?
Read this article to see who are assets have identified as health care systems worthy of study.