Just about everybody from Main Street to Wall Street seems to agree on one thing: the U.S. health care system is not working as well as it should. People in the U.S. pay nearly twice as much for health care as residents of other industrialized countries, and we rank far from the top in many areas used to measure effective health care. It’s too expensive and millions of people aren’t covered. Countries all over the world struggle with the same basic health care question: how much should government be involved? Discover what makes the government-sponsored health care system in England effective and how one American health care company is improving the quality of patient care while significantly reducing costs.