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And for a vivid demonstration of just how complex — and boring — the health care crisis is, try spending a few hours with SimHealth, which lets you do what Hillary Clinton couldn't: design a successful national health care system.
While the fun may be somewhat limited, the program is a bit difficult to use, and some definite biases present (a funeral march plays whenever the Canadian "single payer" socialized medicine plan pops up on the screen!), SimHealth still offers much at a good price, and in a good cause. For those who think that "the play's the thing" and who are not too fussy about winning and losing, this game will prove especially attractive. It is also recommended for those who want to "get under the hood" of a game and tinker with its black-box assumptions - something most of us would like to do with our real-time, real world political model.