Healthcare tug of war puts patients in the middle
Washington Post, October 9, 2009
Some health insurers are using hardball tactics to pry patients from their sickbeds, which illustrates the colliding financial interests that pervade healthcare. It is a tug of war over where patients are treated, who decides how much care they receive and—fundamentally—which parts of the healthcare industry gain or lose when people become ill.
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