The debate over the pros and cons of physician-owned hospitals has spanned over a decade. Now as momentum builds in Congress to repeal restrictions on their growth and expansion, this episode explains how they help meet a growing demand for services, particularly in rural and underserved areas, and are an important piece of increasing competition in the healthcare delivery system.
You can listen to the previous episode on this topic here.
Adam Bruggeman, MD, FAAOS, FAOrthA, Chair, AAOS Advocacy Council
Blake Curd, MD, FAAOS, Past President of Physician Hospitals of America
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