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Since 1950 the cost of keeping a patient for one day in a community hospital in
the United States has risen by 500 percent.45 The bill for patient care in the
major university hospitals has risen even faster, tripling in eight years.
If hospitals are needed, they should be specialized: for the aged, the incurable,
the mad, or foundlings. Sickness is a symptom of political corruption and will be
eliminated when the government is cleaned up. The identification of hospitals
The acute problems of manpower, money, access, and control that beset
hospitals everywhere can be interpreted as symptoms of a new crisis in the
concept of disease. This is a true crisis because it admits of two opposing
solutions, both of ...
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