Commentary: How to take American healthcare from worst to first
In the past decade, baseball has experienced a data-driven information revolution, and numbers-crunchers now routinely use statistics to put better teams on the field for less money. In this opinion piece for the New York Times, Billy Beane, Newt Gingrich, and John Kerry say the United States' overpriced, underperforming healthcare system needs a similar revolution.
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