After reading the book, anyone who reads it will then discover that a cure for the currently sick system does not lie in the hands of the political system or even a money fix – but lies on each one who can and do vote. Uproot U.S. Healthcare written intentionally to inform U.S. citizens regarding the votes and how can it affect an ailing system.
With all the information coming from books, blogs and talking heads who shout out opinions about fixing the healthcare system, Waldman tackles the issue differently from others. He has a full understanding about the system as he has experienced about the system first hand and has dealt with management and strategy problems within his own organization.
Following the problems and seeing the results of a broken system, he realized that business knowledge and experience is the best way in understanding the sadness of the healthcare system and someday might lead to fixing the issue.
Waldman hopes that the average U.S. citizen to understand that they must act now so that some changes might occur on their beloved city. They have to pull together and do themselves. Eventually, they ‘ll all need the benefits of a healthcare system that works, and the time is “now” in uprooting the U.S. Healthcare system as it stands today and plant new, stronger roots.
Half of the pages devoted to the “diagnosis” of the illness within their system prior to addressing the “treatment.” Such a thing is a logical method and one that all doctors tend to take with their human patients.
The truth that Waldman brings out in his book is that people should act now so that they could fix the U.S. healthcare system. If the current trend of rising costs, costly errors, a shortage of nurses and doctors, people who do not have and can not afford health insurance and lawsuits allowed to continue,most people never have a health care system that works.
The new roots of the healthcare system should be based about the public’s need and not the misguided politicians want. Uproot U.S. Healthcare: To Reform U.S. Healthcare, by Deane Waldman, MD MBA, is one of the most important read a real eye-opener and believe that the general public has nothing to say regarding anything happening in the healthcare system.