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Saturday, August 16, 2008

Inferior in quality, wastefully dispensed, and inequitably financed.

In 1970, a Fortune magazine cover story warned the nation: "Much of U.S. medical care, particularly the everyday business of preventing and treating routine illnesses, is inferior in quality, wastefully dispensed, and inequitably financed." That year, a Fortune editorial declared: "The time has come for radical change. ... The management of medical care is too important to leave to doctors who are, after all, not managers to begin with."

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Every day we clearly see the signs that medical care is less and less about making patients better as opposed to simply selling them more products.

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