August 2011
Modern Healthcare;8/8/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 32, p36
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The article presents U.S. healthcare facts and trivia in August 2011. Study findings in August 2011's "Health Affairs" indicate the expensive cost of eating healthy and recommends a fundamental change to the U.S. food production system. Doctor Pedro Jose Greer Jr. lightened his message at the Colorado Health Foundation Colorado Health Symposion with one-liners. New York's Orange Regional Medical Center faced moving problems when it consolidated two campuses at a new facility.


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