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The Costs of Improving Hospital ‘Efficiency’
A trend toward consolidation is hamstringing our local hospitals’ ability to deliver quality, dependable care.
In a World of Vague Climate Targets, New York Has a Plan—Almost
While Congress dithers on climate, New York is laying plans for “deep decarbonization” of the state’s $2 trillion annual economy.
Momentum Is Building to Solve the Home Care Crisis
New York’s severe shortage of home care workers has a fresh chance of being addressed in Albany with the Fair Pay for Home Care Act.