My latest AcademyHealth post is a lightly edited version of a passage from my recent paper in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine with Aaron Carroll, titled “The Quality Imperative: A Commentary on the U.S. Healthcare System.” Read the AcademyHealth post and, if so inclined, the rest of the paper.
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The quality imperativeJanuary 17, 2013 at 11:08 amAustin Frakt
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