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A Few Notes on Hospitals, and US Health Care Spending

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What’s wrong with this headline: “Falls in hospitals are not preventable and the burden shouldn’t be borne by hospitals.” See our answer here.

Study: Best hospitals are physician-run.

What’s wrong with this headline: “Falls in hospitals are not preventable and the burden shouldn’t be borne by hospitals.” See our answer here.

Study: Best hospitals are physician-run.

The hospitals’ argument for spending more money on hospitals: they employ people.

US spending on health care in 2009 per person: $8086. That’s more than $32,000 a year for a family of four.

   

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