Despite entrenched dysfunction, David Vivero writes, there’s hope for the future of healthcare. And it stems from an unlikely place: the federal government.
Silicon Valley has been talking about how “broken” U.S. healthcare is for years. Tech companies haven’t been shy about promising to “transform,” “disrupt,” and “revolutionize” the current system. But so far, they haven’t made much of an impact, despite Americans spending $3.8 trillion, or nearly 18% of our GDP, on healthcare in 2019.