And they sell their product to our Health Insurance Companies, too, of course.
“We want to be providing a more coordinated product that delivers health care at a lower overall cost to the community we serve,” *** ****, general counsel at St. Luke’s, told me.
Quoted by Eduardo Porter, "Economic Scene / Health Law Goals Face Antitrust Hurdles" p. B1, col. 1 (New York Times Nat'l ed., "Business Day" Section, Wednesday, February 5, 2014).
The moment caring for our health became a product and stopped being a profession, the terrorists won.
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