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Inhospitable Response Curtail Growth Of Specialty Hospitals: United States

According to Bruce Wilson, a Milwaukee Cardiologist, and Chief of the Specialty Hospital in the United States, the Health Care System is in dire need of a shot in the arm.//Specialty Hospitals thought of as an answer to the ills of prevailing healthcare systems, was nipped in the bud, owing to vested interests and inadequate support. Wilson, in an opinion write-up in The Wall Street Journal, has expressed disappointment at the inadequate support that stifled the hospital’s growth and revenue, necessitating its closure within a year of operation.

According to Wilson, competition fuels innovation, encouraging evolution in products and services. Americans can do better with quality healthcare, and a new model that encapsulates data-driven practices with a standard for excellence in cardiac care. A sure shot investment for the future.


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