With Conor Clarke, it's about his classic paper on health care. Excerpt:
…the question that I started with was why health insurance coverage was
limited. There was virtually no insurance outside of hospitalization,
which was limited and heavily taxed. When I heard about this myself, it
was just as a consumer. My first health-care plan as a professor had a
$15,000 ceiling. A ceiling? I was thinking that should be a floor!
$15,000 I can handle, but above that… it would be a problem.
The most interesting segments are the (hard-to-excerpt) remarks on the erosion of professional standards in medicine.