Cover: Acknowledge Problem, Then Fix It

Acknowledge Problem, Then Fix It

Published in: Seattle Post-Intelligencer (Commentary), Sep. 30, 2005, p. 1-2

Posted on 2005

by Elizabeth A. McGlynn

Commentary on problems related to the costs and delivery of health care services and the three main problems with quality: underuse, overuse, and misuse/error. The author stresses the importance of acknowledging when a problem exists and making sure they are addressed, and not assuming quality and cost of care are adequate already.

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