The only long run solution is a solution. Everything before that will require rationing. And eventually the rationing will result in requiring people's unwilling labor, so there's also a practical ceiling.
It has been a while since I've run the graphs, but Medical Services tended to compound in costs at about 8% annually. Anybody can calculate for their own region pretty easily, especially if they use the rule of 72. Obviously, there's an actual ceiling that we're willing to spend, but even the United States hasn't discovered it at 18% of GDP.
But the demand isn't actually infinite. Medicine is a series of individual technologies, each capable of going through an s-curve. And every innovation that leads to a price drop allows a reapportioning of the budget. Until a problem is solved, it's all deck chairs
Not really. You're trying to have a different conversation. If, after my direct feedback, you cannot go back and reread my post without thinking I'm talking about eugenics, then I don't know what to say other than you're wrong. Not all whistles are dog whistles.