“The United States health care system has many problems, but it also promotes more innovation than its counterparts in other nations. … It has more clinical trials than any other country. It has the most Nobel laureates in physiology or medicine. It has won more patents. At least one publication ranks it No. 1 in overall scientific innovation. … The nation’s innovation advantage arises from a first-class research university system, along with robust intellectual property laws and significant public and private investment in research and development. Perhaps most important, this country offers a large market in which patients, organizations, and government spend a lot on health and companies are able to profit greatly from health care innovation.”
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