Businesses contemplate Washington as they contemplate if private businesses can decipher public policy complications better than the government. This question has been vibrating for decades and has taken on a new fullness because a career businessman is in White House.
The answer has never been transient. For every indication of success, an even denationalized toll road or glimmering charter school, there have been impediments disclosing just how tedious public work can be. But companies are persisting. Earlier this week, three ambitious business leaders achieved new goals by vociferating that they will form an independent company focused at grimacing the weight that healthcare puts on the economy while refining the system for their employees.
In a short statement which was bereft of details the chief executives of Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan Chase said that they were deeply disappointed with the condition of the healthcare system and contemplated that they could improve it. Warren E. Buffett, the head of Berkshire Hathaway said that the escalating costs of healthcare behave as if eating away the American economy. Our team does not arrive at this problem with remedies but we cannot accept it as unavoidable.
Joining Mr. Buffett were Jeff Bezos of Amazon and Jamie Dimon of JP Morgan. These three men have changed the face of industries, fashioned empires and cruise all modes of crises. But can they solve the healthcare issues? In declaring that they would attempt, they conveyed a wholehearted reproach of the intricate and expensive American healthcare systems proving that the leading minds in business could achieve better.