Five Principles For Health-Care Reform

Donohue, Thomas J.
December 2007
Business Journal (Central New York);12/7/2007, Vol. 21 Issue 49, p26
The article discusses the principles of health care reform in the U.S. The author mentions that the U.S. is home to some of the finest medical facilities, technologies, innovations, treatments and human talent. He suggests five core ideas that can guide the nation to more affordable and accessible quality health care. He explains the five ideas and believes that these could lead to a health-care system of high quality, lower costs and greater access for all Americans.


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