teaching hospitals

Unfortunately, there is not a single, quick solution to this challenging public health issue. Rather, it will take a sustained, collective effort across multiple sectors.
A new study finds flaws in Medicare's effort to reduce hospital readmissions.
Although it often happens, we do not expect to make new life-long friends. But we do expect to work with individuals that are not only focused on becoming well-trained physicians, but also admired colleagues.
In the Senate's health care reform package, hospitals would receive government rewards for providing value -- good care at a fair cost. It's a great idea. It should be done the right way.