The Public Interest

The quiet health care revolution

Regina Herzlinger

Spring 1994

WHILE THE HEALTH care debate rages on, the American public has already benefited from a massive, albeit unheralded, entrepreneurial revolution that has substantially increased the health care system’s efficiency, responsiveness, and prowess. Unfortunately, a number of reform proposals threaten to trample on the innovations that produced this revolution.

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