Cost inflation: The most important problem facing healthcare
ActionForBetterHealthcare.com, July 24, 2009
In this blog post, pathologist Seymour Handler, MD, says cost inflation is "the most important problem facing healthcare in the United States." He outlines a few key factors in our healthcare system that contribute to this challenge, including public perception of what medical care can offer and entrepreneurial zeal.
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