Cut costs, cut costs, cut costs. ...by
Cut costs, cut costs, cut costs. That’s what we have been hearing lately (30 + years?) in order to effectively reform health care.
The problem is those costs are someone’s income. In a free market economy...
Costs, costs, costsby
As always, a thoughtful piece by Steve Bailey in today's Boston Globe, this one quoting Regina Herzlinger from Harvard Business School. An excerpt:
What consumers need, she says, is greater transparency. "The premise is
Cutting Costs Doesn’t Cut Costsby
Dr. J. Deane W.
words such as control, cost, cut, free, and charge.
The five phrases below are quotes taken from two... of Babel.
1) “Control the costs of medical care” starts our mass confusion. A payer, whether government...