Piloting a glider successfully requires learning how to avoid over steering, otherwise a flight can quickly turn into a crisis. That same common-sense principle should apply to our state’s health care reform efforts. We are on the right course. But over steering by government could send the system spinning off course.
July 16, 2012 | Lynn Nicholas
Reducing payments to hospitals doesn’t reduce health care costs, it just shifts them to someone else
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