Collins and Fauci, architects of the 37th ranked healthcare system
FM1 - surely your political masters who are in hoc to the hospitals and insurance companies are responsible for your health system - not Fauci. You must know that most countries with more effective health systems have universal coverage as a requirement - although who pays, and how they pay, is very variable.
The US, with its non-universal coverage, scores badly for obvious reasons. In addition (less obvious) there are some perverse free market incentives to over-treat and over-charge.
One of the best ways to get an effective health system is to make it universal but put strict limits on what your health service will do. You have to resist pressure groups but overall you get a better system. Denmark does this very well, and shows a high level of satisfaction in its health provision while spending not too much. The UK also does well with NICE - which decides which medicines we can afford and bargains effectively with drug companies keeping prices down.
Anyway viewing Fauci as responsible for these major and highly political things is wrong?