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‘Don’t count health care chickens before they’ve hatched …’ Patrick Ishmael, Columbia Daily Tribune

By Patrick Ishmael | Apr 9, 2017

State-based legislative changes that would do away with hospitals’ certificate of need monopolies; empower patient–doctor relationships through direct primary care arrangements; open new avenues to care through licensing reforms; and introduce market mechanisms into existing state programs remain active issues in the states and issues that Missouri legislators have often been on the forefront of implementing. And that’s just the short list of currently debated reforms …


SOURCE: http://www.columbiatribune.com/opinion/columnists/don-t-count-health-care-chickens-before-they-ve-hatched/article_168674d5-677c-5f59-b7ed-94cbe9f4df09.html


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