by Karl Denninger
As the debate “rages on” note what the ****-faces in this article buried way down in the text.
In 2015, an analysis by the Ann Arbor-based Center for Health and Research Transformation, a nonprofit health care research organization, concluded that Michigan had lower per capita costs than Wisconsin and Indiana, both of which did not regulate hospital services. Michigan’s per capita hospital cost was $2,624, compared to $2,975 in Indiana and $3,107 in Wisconsin.
How often in your life have you needed a hospital?
Once? Twice? If more than that you’re either ridiculously unlucky or you have something really, really serious going on and it’s your issue, whether you like it or not.