The U.S. spends 16% of its GDP on health care, and according to the New York Times, that number is projected to keep growing. In an article about the cost of health care, the Times quotes economists who say that maybe this isn't such a bad thing: we're spending a smaller proportion of our incomes on food, shelter, and clothing, so health care may simply become "the driving force in the economy." Freelancers Union has plenty of members in the fields of traditional and alternative health care (just look at the Yellow Pages). What do you think about this issue, whether you work in the industry or not?