A Newsweek headline read, “How bad is the U.S. health care system?” Among high-income nations, it’s the worst, the study says.
U.S. #healthcare may be one of the best in the world, however, our healthcare system itself is complicated, expensive, and somewhat dysfunctional.
Joining Host Vince Poscente to talk about these issues and offer solutions are:
Marianne Fazen, Ph.D., President & CEO, Texas Business Group on Health, DFW Business Group on Health,
Todd Furniss, author of the 60% Solution: Rethinking Health Care in the U.S., and
Jim Holder, a partner at Holmes Murphy, an insurance consulting firm that advises employers on health care costs and strategies.
Health insurance is out of range for many Americans, access to health insurance is uneven, and health insurers sometimes discourage care to keep costs down.
Those who have difficulty paying for insurance will sometimes not seek treatment or abandon it too early.
What can be done? Are there solutions? Join us to hear what our experts have to say.