Not new, not likely to change…

 
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07 November 2018 22:09
 
 
 
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18 December 2018 12:30
 

It’s not likely to change because no one is considering changing the model. 

There will never be sufficient pressure to change the model because the beneficiaries of this model benefit thousands of times more than those who foot the bill are harmed by it.  (Extreme incentive mismatches determine the capacity for change).

Once a model is enshrined in stone by the government and the complex incentive structures attached to it, it is extremely difficult to change it, no matter how valid or good the change might be.