Not much apparently.
Our friends over at NC Policy Watch took a cute lil swipe at me because I suggested we emulate Singapore’s healthcare system in terms of…
a) subsidizing the poor to get private health insurance and,
b) expanding the use of health savings accounts (HSAs).
Why would the left make fun? Because the only way to argue with the truth is to deride it.
But Singapore is doing something right: see here, here and here. Oh, and here if you buy the WHO’s methodology — they put Singapore at #6. Singapore spends less than 5% of GDP on healthcare compared to 16% in the US.