Ezra Klein tries to add some levity.
The American history of dieting.
Maybe one way to get people to care about quality comparisons is to show how it may affect their kids.
But in industries like education, medicine and the law, where advances in technology lead to a demand for ever-more-highly-educated personnel and mechanization is frowned upon because of a concern with quality, technological advances will raise costs rather than reduce them.
Too often, the imperative is to do the same thing repeatedly, ever faster and more efficiently; reflection, exploration, and intense collaboration become superfluous luxuries. HBR
I find it ironic that your video game system is doing more to help you be healthy than our healthcare system.