On Hospital Monopolistic Powers
By Ann Miller RN MHA
As George Bernard Shaw, whose works include “The Doctor’s Dilemma” might have put it, that any lawmaker would grant hospitals monopolistic powers plus the freedom to price as they see fit is enough to make one despair of political humanity.
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