Editorial: No pay for harm

New York Times, October 9, 2008
In this editorial from the New York Times, editors praise the fact that Medicare will no longer pay hospitals for the added cost of treating patients who acquire any of 10 "reasonably preventable" conditions while hospitalized. The editorial says, however, that the policy focuses exclusively on hospitals, as directed by Congress, and lets doctors off scot-free.

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