In seeking to trim health care costs, the state must not try to exert too much control over providers, writes Lynn Nicholas, the president and CEO of the Massachusetts Hospital Association. In fact, overzealous expansion of centralized government control could impede rapid innovation and improved efficiency, rather than facilitate those goals.
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