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When considering how best to reform the health care system in the US, a good place to start is to look at systems of both universal and private or employer-subsidized coverage around the globe. Starting this week, ScienceBlogger Mark Hoofnagle will do exactly that on denialism blog, beginning with Australia’s two-tiered system–called Medicare–of nationwide basic coverage by the government with incentivized, more premium health care available to those at higher incomes. Mark then moved to Europe, investigating the health care systems of The Netherlands, Germany, and France. Where will he travel to next?