Medicare is about to shut down one of the most successful health care experiments in the country.
Medicine has been so focused on what doctors can do in the hospital that it has barely even begun to figure out what can be done in the home. […]
This, too, is a legacy of a health system built for acute care. Hospitals make money when they do more to patients. They lose money when their beds are empty. Put simply, Health Quality Partners makes hospitals lose money.
—“If this was a pill, you’d do anything to get it,” by Ezra Klein
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