Public Spending and Public Health

A short article from the good doctor appears in the November edition of The Critic in which he questions the connection between higher health care spending and better outcomes.

The word austerity is already disingenuous, to put it no stronger. The word in this context means the attempt to align government expenditure a little more closely with government income. It certainly does not mean hair shirts and monastic silence in unheated stone-walled rooms.

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