Healthcare has found religion. It’s a church of reform, and a devout congregation can be found at practically any association, hospital, union, health plan, governor’s mansion or legislature where healthcare is on the agenda—in short, everywhere. People from all walks of the industry are coming together to pray, meditate and ponder on it. Healthcare may be widely regarded as inefficient, fragmented, inequitable and dysfunctional, but its dissonant disciples are nearly unanimous in the conviction that something has to be done.
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