Why didn’t I think of this? Jim Yong Kim and James N. Weinstein write,

What will lead to improvements is a multidisciplinary approach that brings the best minds to focus on the problem. Experts in management, systems thinking and engineering, sociology, anthropology, environmental science, economics, medicine, health policy and other fields must join together to apply a laser focus to fixing the delivery system.

I used to believe that trial-and-error under market incentives would work better than a cluster(*) of academics. Come to think of it, that’s what I still believe.