But the repair isn’t cheap, and the outcomes require some patience. And that’s why efforts often fail. America gives up too early.
The issue isn’t about getting stoned. It’s about whether the product is actually benefiting the customer who purchased it.
I know how often the quest for business success has in the past overtaken and even overwhelmed the quest to deliver good services.
…healthcare advocates have to work extra hard while proponents of a more punitive approach simply point to a crime committed by a drug user…
It reminds me of the addicts who convince themselves that somehow, despite all the pain of the past, this time things will be different.
If we’re going to rely on science in decision-making, we should at least make certain it’s good science.
You can’t characterize dead children as collateral damage and not expect it to come back on you later.
The larger issue is that most drug pricing is still market-driven, or as my endocrinologist puts it, “they charge whatever they can get away with charging.”
So if… the real problem at this late stage isn’t the lack of a plan but the absence of motivation to implement it– then what’s in the way?
I fear they’re regular Americans, like some of us, except for their twisted attitudes and beliefs about addiction.