My emphasis. I agree with all that.
Health care is a verb, not a noun.
It's an interaction, not an operation.
Health care as we currently conceive of it, and, as it has emerged in society as a fungible commodity, is alarming, horrible, a beached whale. It induces suffering, its own and that of everyone who looks at it or is connected to it somehow. It suffers just by existing in a place and circumstance where it doesn't belong It sits there, suffering. No one seems to be able to help it, budge it. Budget.
We know it won't live, can't live this way, and it takes a long time to die.
The part that is submerged can't do anything. In this metaphor, that part is our incapacity to see how objectifying health care killed it.
The part that is visible can't do anything either. It seems huge, bloated, and even though it isn't quite dead yet, it reeks pretty bad.
What to do?
Make good art.