This New Yorker piece is so engagingly written, and so important, I should wait to post it on Friday, when you have the weekend to read it. But here it is anyway.
The nub: there’s a simple, proven way to cut medical costs and bad hospital outcomes dramatically.
Yet, ‘at the current rate, it will never happen.’
Read it. Forward it to your doctor. Bring it to the attention of the personnel department if your company buys health insurance.
Know anyone who sits on the board of a hospital?
A lot of money – and lives – could be saved.
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