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Health outcomes that place America and its residents solidly in the ranks of developing nations. Rants aside, the question is what we, the people, can do in the face of this system’s persistent and institutionalized disdain for us – the very folks it is supposed to serve. Expecting help from government here is appropriate but, at least until liberals regain the levers of political power, unrealistic. Attacking doctors’ offices, health care facilities and insurance companies may on occasion feel good. But once those good people are finished pointing fingers at misguided government policies and bureaucrats, they then occupy the roles of oppressors. And as Ms. Austin documents, they do a hell of a good job at that. As patients and taxpayers, we pay the nation’s health care bills. Translating this pocketbook power into true clout will require bringing consumerism and price transparency to health care. Most consumers could once afford to be blissfully ignorant of what health care cost. Insurance companies wrestled with care providers over such unpleasant details.

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