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Healthcare costs a lot in America. For 2017, the most recent year for which the Centers for Disease Control presents statistics, the cost per capita was $10,739, twenty percent of which was for doctors and clinical services. Sixteen percent of persons under 65 were in families that had problems paying medical bills.
Fortunately, Anastasia O'Grady, reporter for the WSJ, has looked south to a Brazilian-Cuban arrangement that offers a solution: STOP PAYING DOCTORS.