You can distort it with regulations. You can interfere with it, you can make it worse.
The one thing you can’t do by messing with the market is make it better.
When you make something more expensive, demand for that thing drops. When you make something cheaper, demand increases.
Government interference in the health care market is making it more expensive to be a doctor, resulting in fewer doctors. That would be bad enough but at the same time Medicare, Medicaid and Obamacare make health care cheaper for the patient (someone else pays) so there is more demand.
You can’t force people to be doctors so expect long lines and shortages.
Been to a DMV lately?
Just wait, you haven’t seen fun until you have to wait weeks (or months) for an appointment to see your doctor.
Oh, it’s an emergency? Good luck with that.