Failures in U.S. healthcare quality are not new—in the wake of the recent healthcare reform debates numerous reports stated that the U.S. is near the bottom of the developed world in safety, timeliness, equity, and efficiency of care. And it seems the only thing Washington can agree upon is that we spend more as a percentage of our GDP than any other developed country. It turns out however, that our healthcare crises are not really about quality—in small pockets we ...

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