I and others made some comments on this answer addressing specific points in it to make it less misleading for future readers. This is explicitly on-topic and allowed. However, moderator Philipp deleted these on-topic comments and, when I asked why, sent me a warning in a private message. Moreover, he selectively left other such comments on the page. What can be done about this misbehavior? How should I proceed?
I've re-added a summary of my critique here:
This answer is committing the fallacy of division with respect to price elasticity. Consider food. Demand for food as a whole is inelastic, but demand for particular food providers is not, because there are options. Demand for emergency care as a whole is inelastic, but demand for particular emergency care providers need not be. In short, the elasticity of an entire sector is not equal to the elasticity of its components. (Also, emergency care accounts for only 2-10% of healthcare spending.)
Unfortunately, the ones made by the other users are lost.