Aug 03

Government policies create shortage of primary care doctors

A free market in health care would immediately produce high quality medical goods and services at prices so low that even the poorest Americans could afford them without insurance.

But our masters in government have long imposed a slave-plantation level of control and regulation on the industry.

Becoming a doctor requires as much as $400,000 investment and almost a decade of government-approved education.

Now there is a looming need for 90,000 primary-care physicians across the United States. See here.