Friday, April 11, 2008

Travis has an excellent post about how Massachusetts government is dealing with a "healthcare crisis" (hint: poorly):

Health authorities are especially worried about the expansion into the suburbs because “it potentially duplicates services,” said Paul Dreyer, director of healthcare safety and quality at the state Department of Public Health.

Oh noz!

Maybe the state can also close down every restaurant in the area except for Chilis, so that there will be no duplication of services.

“But it also potentially puts the community hospital in a situation where it cannot win competitively.”

And we certainly would not want the better provider of healthcare to triumph!


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