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A New Role For Hospitals: Boosting the Local Economy

Kate King, writing for the Wall Street Journal, in ‘A New Role For Hospitals: Boosting the Local Economy.’ In this article, King highlights the anchor work by New Beth Israel Medical Center in Newark, NJ and the vision and leadership by the Democracy Collaborative:

“The current fee-for-service model, in which we’re not actually addressing the root causes for why people are showing up in the emergency room, just is not sustainable,” said David Zuckerman, director of health-care engagement for the Democracy Collaborative, a think tank and advisory group.

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Publication date: 2018-03-19
Parent publication: Wall Street Journal
Publication URL: A New Role For Hospitals: Boosting the Local Economy

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