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Starting a new school is an expensive proposition, which may explain the modest number that have opened in the past decade. But now the private sector may be coming to the rescue by creating proprietary -- or profit-making -- schools to train physicians.
America's hospice industry has exploded over the last 15 years and for-profit companies are raking in much of the $17 billion industry. But with increasing claims of fraud and mistreatment, why are many hospices putting patients last?
America has talked socialized medicine for decades but that's as far as it went. It threatens the American principle of freedom of choice, a mantra the GOP likes to claim as its own but it is one few really disagree with.
While opponents obsess over what vegetables the government might require them to purchase, they overlook the potential public health catastrophe that could well ensue if the Court were to declare the law unconstitutional.
U.S. healthcare is so expensive that records are broken even when cost increases slow. According to a new report by Milliman
As the healthcare debate rages on, it is important to keep in mind the limits of what our healthcare system can accomplish.