Health plans boring? Really?

My erstwhile Sacramento friend Megan at From The Archives usually blogs on boys, bureaucracy, and water policy, but she’s entered the world of health reform, with her two recent posts (here and here).

She opines that health policy differences center on folks having a different “theory of the individual.” One of her main points, given her theory of individuals, namely herself: the notion that people should go and have to develop expertise to make choices about health care is not just unreasonable, “it’s BORING”. At some point, don’t we want to be part of a large group to help us make these decisions, rather than have that burden placed on us?

She gets “best thing to have read today” linkage from both the libertarians at Marginal Revolution and the progressives at Ezra Klein, so the resulting discussion is interesting.

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