New Book Presents the Problems With One-payer Healthcare Systems

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Wim Huppes writes a political thriller showcasing the issues with American and Dutch healthcare systems.

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In the United States the political elite decides behind closed doors whether or not a treatment is good.

Obama-care, what does this mean for cancer patients and alternative medicine? Authors Wim Huppes and Mirjam Kemp exemplify the problematic consequences of one-payer systems in the healthcare administration today, in their new book, “The Dutch Institute.”

“The Dutch Institute is scary, Obama-care will make the government of the U.S. bigger,” Huppes said. “Obama care will be corrupting and non-fitting to the U.S. environment.”

Huppes and Kemp’s first autobiography is a political thriller that plays against present corrupt healthcare systems, claiming neither American corporatism nor the Dutch one-payer system is a positive route for healthcare.

“In the United States, too, the political elite decides behind closed doors whether or not a treatment is good,” said Kemp. “Patients and doctors have little influence.”

In this book they take matters into their own hands and move into the healthcare information economy. While Dutch politicians declare that the Dutch have the world`s best healthcare, Huppes and Kemp are not convinced.

“The reader of the Dutch Institute is drawn behind the scenes of a clandestine political reality,” Huppes said. “Stronghold, the chairman of The Dutch Institute, is running the show.”

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“The Dutch Institute”
By: Wim Huppes and Mirjam Kemp
ISBN: 978-1481782289
Retail price $14.95
Available in paperback, hardcover and e-book.

About the authors:
Wim Huppes is a credible, knowledgeable source on the medical field because of his background being chairman of his own small private hospital, dedicated to experimental medicine, including experimental oncology and his win over a lawsuit filed against the Dutch government. Mirjam Kemp is an authoritative voice on research in historical and financial sectors because of her research prize she achieved at the Prix de Paris. Huppes and Kemp are husband and wife.

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