We owe our Health Care Souls to the Insurance Company Store

A consumer’s perspective on health insurance cost vs health care value.

Once upon a time in America there were Industrial and Gilded Ages. Wealthy men organized the means of production and the labor to run it. Jobs were offered that provided wages and a place to live near the factories and mills. The owner of the factory would have a store on site, in the company town, where all residents would buy all food and other items needed for their households. This was the Company Store.