Redefining competition in health care.

@article{Porter2004RedefiningCI,
  title={Redefining competition in health care.},
  author={Michael E. Porter and Elizabeth Olmsted Teisberg},
  journal={Harvard business review},
  year={2004},
  volume={82 6},
  pages={
          64-76, 136
        }
}
The U.S. health care system is in bad shape. Medical services are restricted or rationed, many patients receive poor care, and high rates of preventable medical error persist. There are wide and inexplicable differences in costs and quality among providers and across geographic areas. In well-functioning competitive markets--think computers, mobile communications, and banking--these outcomes would be inconceivable. In health care, these results are intolerable, with life and quality of life at… CONTINUE READING

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