In a recent op-ed in CommonWealth magazine, Susan Regan, retired health care attorney and former member of the New York State Public Health Council, states unequivocally that Boston Children's Hospital's proposed project represents backwards progress in healthcare delivery and a missed opportunity to "move decisively in the direction of high-quality, cost-effective care."
She explains the origin and meaning of the "Triple Aim" pursuit of care, health, and cost, and how it relates to both the Affordable Care Act and the overall direction of the American healthcare delivery system.
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