In his column “Better, Cheaper, Easier” (December 21, 2012), Charles Morris extols the wonders of the U.S. health-care system. He is overly optimistic. The whole system is wildly overpriced—largely the result of government obstacles. I have been a practicing ophthalmologist for over forty years. Here are just five examples of...
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