THIS TIME, THE PATIENT EXPERIENCE WAS BETTER
By Murray W. Wolf
As the parents of three children, my wife and I have had many opportunities – too many, in fact – to interact with the U.S. healthcare system during the past 16-plus years.
In fact, I suspect that our teenage sons are locked in a secret competition to see who can rack up the most emergency room (ER) visits. (Our 12-year-old daughter – who tends to avoid football, skateboards and hedge trimmers – has so far decided not to participate.)
The full content of this article is only available to paid subscribers. If you are an active subscriber, please log in. To subscribe, please click here: SUBSCRIBE