Anyone else see the piece last night about other nations healthcare systems? It was pretty interesting. Switzerland, German, and Taiwan all had universal coverage at a fraction of our cost. Still keeping the medical industry PRIVATE. Still having insurance companies PRIVATE. Taiwan being the tightest with costs only 8% of the nation's budget compared to our 16%. Their administrative costs were 2% compared to our 22%. Wait times for almost all nations, except Japan seemed to be the same or better than the wait times in the United States. Japan has virtually no wait time. Doctors made less money than in the united states, but here is the catch. Most doctors in other nations pay little to no tuition to get their education, so they don't start out in the hole out of school. Almost ALL of the systems had a free market system for prices, bid upon annually. why can't we take the best parts of teh best systems and make them work for our people? What is wrong with Private care, private insurers, and a free REGULATED market?