I highlight some under-appreciated good developments in health care, centered around the theme that innovations in processes may be less flashy than innovations in technology — but can still save lives.
In particular, I discuss the following:
1) Improvements in cardiac careOur current system is very mixed, with both good and bad elements. In this piece, I wanted to focus on some of the good elements.
2) Improvements in matching kidney transplant donors with recipients
3) Protecting the freedom of direct pay doctors
For more details on each, read the full text of "Three Good Things In Health Care Innovation".