Analysis: Access To Health Care Beginning To Look Like Airline Travel

In this Kaiser Health News analysis, Michael L. Millenson writes: "The old axis of access in U.S. health care – insured or uninsured – is being replaced by the kind of gradations and complexity in determining who-gets-what-when-for-what-price for which the airline industry has become famous" (Millenson, 9/26). Read the analysis.

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