Three Healthcare Lessons from the Land of Smiles (Thailand)

In a recent trip to Thailand, I was amazed by the beauty and peacefulness of the country. When I first landed, the Thai people that greeted me in the airports and taxis quickly told me they were  known as the Land of Smiles. However, it was not until I fully immersed myself into the daily…

Free Market Lessons from Sweden’s Single Payer System

With over 313 million people, the United States spends over 17% of its GDP on health expenditures while over 14% of its population lacks health insurance. This has led to runaway costs, access to care issues, and worries of severe physician shortages in 2014. On the contrary, Sweden, with a much smaller, homogenous population of 9.4…