To Contain Costs, Some Hospitals Tackle Patients' Non-Medical Problems



Surgeon-author Atul Gawande explores how some hospitals are reducing costs and improving care for frequent fliers—their most complex, troublesome, and expensive patients—by simply by taking care of their social, non-medical problems, as well as their medical needs.


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