Heiner Flassbeck: Headless into Recession – Why are we so nailed?

Just imagine: A doctor develops an ingenious diagnostic tool that can avoid misdiagnoses in many diseases, but the vast majority of his colleagues don’t want to use it because they think misdiagnoses are just part of the risk of patients’ lives that you simply have to accept. You would certainly say that this position is irresponsible and call for the state to ensure that the majority of physicians vacate their traditional positions and use the new instrument. You think that is unrealistic? Any sensible medical practitioner, you believe, would strive to help patients as much as possible, and consequently would never cling to traditional but outdated methods without reason.

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