Many Americans are concerned, if not downright disappointed, over the current health care system. And while the U.S. government recognizes that the system needs to be fixed, most of the reforms focus on its financing. Whether you are uninsured, underinsured or even insured, you are bound to face its complex negotiations and inadequate care at extremely high cost. The effort to solve the problem is there but far from sufficient.
According to Jack Resnick, an internist in New York, if the frail elderly are treated at home by doctors making house calls, as they did in the good old days, medical outcomes will improve and Medicare costs can be reduced.
Resnick recommends two changes needed to address the system