Still Broken, written by Stephen M. Davidson during the Congressional debate on health care reform, was published shortly after the passage of the PPACA. Davidson, professor of strategy and policy at Boston University, has researched our health care system for over 35 years and published widely. In Still Broken, he deviates from his stance in his other works by taking a position on controversial policy questions. He illustrates the evolution of our current health care system and, rather than debate its inadequacies, focuses on presenting evidence-based solutions. These solutions concentrate on correcting the most commonly mentioned systemic problems: high cost, limitations on access to care, quality of care, and safety issues. Furthermore, advances in medical science and technology, with their increasing potential benefits, have resulted in a growing complexity of health care delivery. Like Callahan, Davidson points out that despite its disproportionately higher spending on health care, there is no measurable indication that health care in the United States is superior to that of other developed countries. Davidson emphasizes the dynamic forces—economic, sociologic, and clinical—that have played a central role in the development of these inadequacies and honestly confronts the political strategies needed to pass a health care bill—a topic not often discussed in policy-oriented books.