The Henry Fords of Healthcare

A new publication from the Institute of Economic Affairs, by Dr Nima Sanandaji, examines the lessons Western nations could learn from some developing countries in fostering innovation and entrepreneurship in healthcare. Health systems in Western countries are “plagued by inefficiency and productivity growth”: in adopting a new approach they could cut costs, increase quality, and reduce waiting times. But how could the UK adopt this approach? Is it achievable in the current political climate? Read The Henry Fords of Healthcare here.