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But questions linger about how consumers will benefit.
A "medical marriage?" Why are you using such language? You'll confuse and offend people who understand marriage as only between one man and one woman. They're working very hard to amend the state constitution so you can't use the word like that!
That was my first thought--what marriage has to do with the medical community. I was encouraged to see the word "merger" show up later in the editorial.
How is health reform changing nurses’ role, especially in accountable care organizations? Here is some perspective: http://www.healthcaretownhall.com/
I'm not sure I agree that this merger is beneficial to consumers. The US healthcare system has a lot of greed built into it and I'm unsure this solves anything
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