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Health Care Reform is Working Its Way Back on to the Political Agenda

MILWAUKEE The people who run St. Josephs Regional Medical Center here have a problem: Too many patients are using the emergency room like a walk-in clinic, an expensive practice that ties up valuable medical resources which should be used for critical care, not runny noses. To discourage people from using the ER for minor ailments, the hospital announced last week it will impose a $150 minimum fe......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 10/30/03


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