Overall, I’d like to see no insurance or government programs for most
routine care. I think a retail medical system would end up looking like
eye care does now, with lots of variety and innovation. It would also
be more convenient and cheaper. This type of primary care would
probably be just as effective as what we have now. If people with
borderline medical conditions visited the doctor more often (because it
was cheap and convenient), care might even be more effective than it is
Here is much more. The author has spent most of his life in a wheelchair, and he has a great deal of personal experience with the U.S. health care system.