Regulatory Agencies


Government bureaucracy has long been identified as a contributing factor to the rising costs of healthcare. Bureaucratic processes and regulations, designed to ensure accountability and efficiency in the administration of healthcare, can create layers of red tape and administrative burden that add significant costs to the system. These costs are often passed down to patients in the form of higher healthcare expenses, making it increasingly difficult for individuals to afford necessary medical care.

Below are some article and videos that explore the ways in which government bureaucracy is driving up healthcare costs, and examine potential solutions to mitigate these impacts.