Monday, July 30, 2012

An HBO Newsroom Inspired Rant Over the U.S. Health Care System

If you are distressed by the United States' decline, doubt American exceptionalism, share in the angst infecting the progressivist salons and enjoy Aaron Sorkin's tightly written diatribes, you're probably already aware of (or even forwarded an email link to) this angry rant by the lead Jeff Daniels character in the HBO series "The Newsroom."

Unable to resist, the inspired Disease Management Care Blog tapped Xtranormal to imagine a Newsroom-esque angry rant over the widely accepted notion that U.S. health care is so awfully broken.


The Commonwealth Fund: Explaining High Health Care Spending in the United States: An International Comparison of Supply, Utilization, Prices, and Quality

OECD: Why Is Health Spending in the U.S. So High?

OECD: Health At A Glance 2011 OECD Indicators

University of Pennsylvania Scholarly Commons: Low Life Expectancy in the United States: Is the Health Care System at Fault?

U.S. Newborn Rate Tied with Qatar? Not Exactly.

CODA: The DMCB also rises to second the Fat Lady's probable belief that, despite Newsroom character Will's disdain, angels do exist.

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