There Is a Free, if a Small, Health-Care Market Today | Free Market Medical Association

The free market in health care comprises millions of Americans who have rejected third-party payment of medical bills and instead pay directly for their medical care and use alternatives to conventional health insurance to pay for major medical expenses. These self-pay patients typically save substantially compared with those with conventional insurance, especially if they seek out any of the thousands of doctors, clinics, surgery centers or other providers that cater to self-pay patients and offer transparent, up-front prices.

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