When it comes to health insurance for all who need it, many solutions are proffered, but few make any sense; witness the recent federal health care legislation that was rammed through despite opposition from 75% of the electorate, according to polls. 

There is no question that while optimum health care should be the goal, money is the true bottom line driving force in most proposed changes.  Yet a study released earlier this year by the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) illustrates that while money, and by extension, lives can be saved in our health care systems, we don’t seem willing to do what is necessary to make that happen. 

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