Michigan hospitals add services in tough times
With consumers pressed for time and money, Michigan hospitals are adding services for patients to keep them coming back. The basic, consumer-friendly services are growing as health system officials look for ways to help people in a difficult economy. The services include door-to-door shuttles, increased hours, discounts on care, and even gas cards for poor patients and their families.
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