In a recent article published on the New York Times, Austin Frakt, director of the Partnered Evidence-Based Policy Resource Center at the V.A. Boston Healthcare System, writes that while U.S. health care spending is the most expensive, “health care is still a bargain.”
“Consider this analogy: If you had to choose between no transportation and a new $50,000 luxury car, the car is worth it,” Frakt writes. “This is the U.S. health system. Expensive, but better than nothing.”
To read the full article on the New York Times, click here.