So this difficulty of whether or not the healthcare system ought to deal with earnings or on fixing issues will get to the heartof how well being care performs.
If I have been to purchase a toothpaste, forexample, I’d say if a toothpaste prices $2 versus one thing that prices 50cents, I don't need to suppose an excessive amount of.
$2 is healthier than 50 cents, proper? And in economics we name that pricebeing a enough statistic.
In well being although, that's not soobvious as a result of I, as a client, am not in a position to inform whatis good healthcare and what’s not.
If a physician gave me a really good foyer,within the hospital and advised me, that there was this very fancynew process that wanted to be carried out and prices some huge cash.
I’d say, that's nice, give me that.
However really,that could be the worst doable thought.
So should you constructed a well being caresystem which was market-oriented, which was for-profit and everyone justwent out and did their factor and made as a lot cash as they might, you couldend up with very dangerous well being outcomes.
And doubtlessly very wealthy hospitals anddoctors.
Whereas specializing in fixing an issue,I believe what it does is that it ensures that doctorsare performing in your finest curiosity.
And we now know an awesome deal about howto do that with expertise in Thailand, from Vietnam, not even wealthy nations.
And my sense is that we now have to deliver someof these concepts into our well being system in India.
To attempt to see if we are able to shiftthe dialog from procedures and maximizing diagnostics to makingpeople nicely, preserving them nicely, and ensuring that they arrive to thehospital not as many occasions as doable, however as few occasions as mandatory.