A Post-Holiday Health Policy Vignette: Eye Surgery

If your Christmas dinner table had a cross-border contingent, different national characteristics almost certainly came up for discussion. I enjoyed Christmas in Naples, Florida, with a mixed group of Americans and Canadians. One couple consisted of a Canadian husband and an American wife. She insisted Canada’s single-payer health system was superior in every way (despite the couple’s living in Florida, not Canada).
I had sailed with her husband the day before, and he had invited me to play tennis and golf, too. I was exhausted. How did he have so much energy? “Ever since I was five years old, I was

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