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“The healthcare models that we see around the world today are not sustainable. They’re not allowing us to provide the quality care at an affordable price to all citizens around the world. In order to create a sustainable healthcare we’re really going to need to dismantle those institutions and those systems. And that in itself is very overwhelming”.
A more helpful way to look at it is to imagine that we have the opportunity to build a health system from scratch. You have two-hundred million dollars to spend. Where are you going to put that two-hundred million dollars? Are you going to spend the majority of it building hospitals, staffing hospitals with people who are incented to keep people in the hospital to perform surgeries?
Or are you going to invest that money in the communities where people can take responsibility for their own health? When they have issues there are family members, community workers, social workers who can play a very important role in keeping people at home taking care of the health to improve health outcomes and to make this more sustainable going forward.
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