Robin Johnson is director of the Reason Public Policy Institute's Privatization Center in Los Angeles, California, where he oversees all of the Institute's research on privatization and government reform.
In the 1990s, "ambulance wars" broke out when private and public emergency medical service (EMS) providers began battling over responsibility for ambulance services across the country. These wars became especially intense in California and Florida, with separate public and private crews sometimes arriving simultaneously at accident sites. What has been the result? … more
Published on Jan. 16, 2002 – Michigan Privatization Report