Our health care system is truly titanic, in more than one sense of the word.
Not only is it huge, but it's also growing at unsustainable rates that undermine our health care security and fiscal stability - and threaten to sink the system under its own weight.
When the health care debate began in earnest just after the November 2008 election, it was supposed to be about reform-moving the nation toward universal coverage in a system that could be sustained in terms of costs. We could no longer "kick this can down the road."
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