Saturday, February 19, 2011

Can Entrepreneurs Provide Health Care in a Free Market?

At least one man, Ron Templeton thinks so. In a recent lecture entitled, "Healthcare Entrepreneurship in the ObamaCare Era," Templeton, CEO of Templeton 360, discussed ObamaCare and how entrepreneurs can respond to demand for health care in ways that economically provide for the needs of people in a market without state interference. He was recently interviewed by the chairman of GCC's Entrepreneurship Department. He has a number of interesting things to say including:
Ultimately, if there is a healthcare crisis in this country, I believe this is the way to fix it: If we put the consumer back in the driver’s seat, we will see better quality, more innovation, greater choice, and lower prices.

Entrepreneurs that empower consumers in this way will do very well in the coming decade.

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