Twenty Myths About National Health Insurance

Policy Reports | Health

No. 166
Sunday, December 01, 1991
by John C. Goodman & Gerald L. Musgrave

Countries with national health insurance make health care "free" to patients and at the same time limit spending and access to modern medical technology. As a result, there is widespread rationing, bureaucratic inefficiency and a lower quality of care.

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