Jun 24, 2015

An Evening With The Future of Health In Holland — Pritpal S Tamber

I was in the Netherlands last week and met a small group of people trying to think courageously about the future of health. It was invigorating to see such bravery, often in the face of resistance from 'the system'. The Netherlands has the best health care system in Europe, according to the Euro Health Consumer Index. Its citizens have to take out health insurance. The Dutch government...

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