In Holland, some see model for U.S. healthcare system
Wall Street Journal (subscription required), September 14, 2007
Using a combination of competition and regulation, the Netherlands is pursuing what many in the United States want: health insurance for everyone and lower costs. The two key rules of Dutch system are all adults must buy insurance, and all insurers must offer a policy to anyone who applies, no matter how old or how sick.
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