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EP34: Healthcare’s Cost vs Quality – Where are we? (Part 2 of 2)

The sheer level of complexity of the process of signing up for healthcare deters people from signing up. That’s absurd. Trisha is back for part 2 of her interview with Vini Singh, an assistant professor in the Department of Resource Economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Today, Vini discusses the reasons the US has a hard time getting its citizens to accept universal healthcare. Vini also shares her ideas for fixing our healthcare system by simplifying it and improving the quality of healthcare while reducing the cost!

In this episode, we talk about…

  • Understanding the complex process of signing up for healthcare
  • When people are more willing to pay extra tax
  • What the ACA has achieved compared to its goals
  • Universal healthcare is different than single-payer healthcare
  • The model that Vini supports the most
  • Reasons that the US falls short on healthcare quality, despite high expenses
  • Where US healthcare is headed on its current path
  • Elaborating on the acceptance-of-risk-for-influence solution
  • Getting to know Vini beyond her current profession

Links to resources:

Algorithms to Live By (book)

Led Fridman (podcast)

Vini Singh: Website

Contact Information:

Manasvini Singh, PhD

Assistant Professor Resource Economics

University of Massachusetts – Amherst

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