AIMS Research Fellow in Health Care Policy, David Z
They note that health care service in rural areas is declining and becoming a threat to the health of rural residents. They suggest that the problem is not a simple matter of funding, but instead a result of a systemic blind spot that ignores the benefits of allowing private health care delivery. They go on to argue that allowing communities the ability to seek out private solutions to local health care issues would benefit both the communities themselves and the public health care system.
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