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Dr. Ira Williams, Health Care Consultant, Recognizes How Health Care “Best of Intentions” Can Illustrate Lack of Understanding
Date:8/30/2013

beneficial each bill might be, is literally like trying to empty a large lake one bucket full at a time.

Prediction: Not one governor can find one person in their state qualified to describe their state’s current health care delivery system by naming each and every component, describing how each component functions, and hopefully, how two or more of those multiple components function in unison, i.e., in a systematic manner.

Health care is easily one of the most important elements of every state, and the quality of each state’s health care delivery system is dependent upon the stewardship of both the governor and state legislature collaborating in the best interest of their citizens. All current evidence clearly indicates that such benevolent, collaborative consideration has never taken place within any state regarding their health care system.

Dr. Williams observes that while quality of health care experts are currently estimating 200,000 needless hospital deaths annually, governors and state legislators appear to focus on Band-Aid type measures to “fix” their state’s broken system without their having ever taken the time to try to better understand that system’s profound problems. It should be long pass the time when state leaders, at every level, seek the necessary knowledge of how an esteemed surgeon in SC could ever come to say, “Even if you cured cancer you couldn’t get it to the people because the medical system is broken”, and continue to passively accept that all-to-true and accurate assessment.

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