Cuba closes 54 hospitals since 2010: government
A foreshadowing of the Obamacare “TAX” (The US Supreme Court’s Wording) attached in this article.
Not one instant globally, or domestically, do we see a government intervention of medical care (or for that matter many other sectors of the economy) work well, or at all, without massive corruption, financial fraud, and eventual failure and implosion.
Reactive health care models cost too much, deliver poor or no results, at massive consumer rip-off costs.
Ben Franklin remains correct: “A pinch of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
You may want to keep that in mind when casting your vote for ANY US House, US Senate, or White House incumbent this November election.
~ Uncle Russ
Cuba said Tuesday it has closed 54 hospitals since 2010, a sign that recent drastic budget cuts are taking a toll on one of this Communist island’s most prized achievements: its vaunted healthcare system.