Monday, February 25, 2008

Norway: No Way!

Advocates of state-run health care take great pleasure in pointing to "success" stories in, for example, Japan and Great Britain. One of their favorites, though, has been Norway.
Until now, one supposes:
The problems stem from inexperienced docs to long waits for staff and equipment. Perhaps more problemmatic is the dearth of monitoring of critically-ill patients and lack of clearcut procedures on how to deal with them.
"I'm from the government, und I'm here to help you!"
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