Hospitals, Heal Thyselves

Hospitals, Heal Thyselves by Cal Thomas:

This proven system does not require more staff or expensive consultants and it certainly does not need another bureaucratic, costly and inefficient government agency, which can only make things worse. Improvements can be made, says Mr. Dobyns, starting today and in every hospital in the country. Costs will decline. “So the question now becomes, can we afford not to heal our hospitals? We can, if we want, not do anything. But if we decide not to do anything, we have to accept that every day — every day — 500 people will die in hospitals in the United States who did not have to. You and I might be among them.”

via Great Exposure for the “Good News” DVD

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