Healthcare on life support
The Competition Commission of South Africa declared in its healthcare services market inquiry report last year that competition has “largely failed”. As the country’s government attempts to introduce universal healthcare in the face of an unprecedented global pandemic, Charley Connor asks: can increased competition help fix South Africa’s broken healthcare system, or has this inquiry come too late?
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