In order to understand a problem we must see the whole picture. If we are unable to see what happens in the middle or what makes individuals reengage the system then we are missing one of the most vital parts of the picture.
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Despite the fact that income inequality is rising around the world, health outcomes and access to health care are, paradoxically, becoming more and mo...
An enemy intent on ruining the U.S. economy and sabotaging our public health could do no better than burden us with our current system of health care.
Effectively engaging vulnerable patient populations in their care is attainable and vital, and will improve health outcomes and contain costs.
In order for the United States to remain economically competitive and "win our future," so to speak, we must ensure that we have and maintain a healthy workforce.
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