Pundits have been declaring that the U.S. health care system is broken for decades. But health care has never been a highly defined system like Walmart. Instead, the industry relies on affiliations, alignments and other partnerships to fit the pieces of the puzzle together. It may be time to see that lack of organization as a strength, not a weakness. Podcast running time: 3:41.
Why Health Care Isn't Walmart
Declaring the health care system broken is a familiar, if valid, critique. But what if there wasn't much of a defined system to begin with?
June 13, 2011