You mean the pharmaceutical lobby?
Capitalism also gives us things like the Dallas Buyers Club (link). Which the lobby hates.
Cases where medications are either banned from being sourced overseas because of said lobby, or because the FDA wants to go another 10 years through their own verification process rather than say “The Germans tested it well, let it be brought here.”
So buyers club emerge to bring over the drugs clandestinely, treating it as a private transaction.
If we’re talking about Singapore’s method where everything costs something, private healthcare still exists, and even Government hospitals are privately run, sure. They do better than everyone else, including the Nordic.
Because everything costs something in their system drugs are properly priced, and health care costs rise slowly despite having the one of the oldest populations on the planet.
Health savings accounts are ubiquitous; and there are also means tested subsidies. Patients are encouraged to act as if the money they’re spending is theirs, deciding what those healthcare dollars are spent on. This keeps prices low, competition alive, and standards high.
Our system is encumbered by numerous artificial barriers that created gated institutions who protect their interests, many not in alignment with the interest of patients.
I’m all for ridding of those barriers. Many of them came out of legacy policies we know were failures.