Health Affairs, 2002
"It may be inevitable that white, on its own, follows green. In the past half-century, however, we have spent many billions of public dollars training physicians and helping the slope of physician growth approximate the slope of GDP growth. This is not an inevitability. If the market for physician services is sufficiently robust that it generates new training programs, so be it. But any governmental body that is invited to finance more medical education should ask tough questions about the public benefit anticipated from such an investment. The citizenry does not have to fund white to follow green."
*“WHITE FOLLOWS GREEN,” REFERS TO DOCTORS FOLLOWING MONEY