Unformatted text preview: Second, there is a minority that is determined and concentrated on fighting to preserve the status quo. This has a considerable advantage over a majority who favor reform but have varying degrees of willingness to fight for a promised but uncertain benefit. The third being our country’s Political system since there are two houses in out congress this increases the difficulty of passing complex legislation. Fourth being reformers have failed to go with one approach. Disagreement among reformers has been a major obstacle to substantial reform since early in the last century. So because of these four reasons it may take awhile before change in Health insurance occurs. Victor R. Fuchs. “Health Care Reform – Why So Much Talk and So Little action” New England Journal of Medicine. http://content.nejm.org/cgi/content/full/360/3/208...
View Full Document
- Spring '09
- health care reform, Victor R. Fuchs