Population Health Dean Nash Addresses Need to Control Health Costs: Philadelphia Inquirer

In a story on a new healthcare venture backed in part by Amazon and Berkshire Hathaway, Jefferson College of Population Health Dean David Nash, MD, said, “What’s motivating this is that most employers are fed up with waste, medical errors, and poor outcomes.”

In the Sept. 10 Philadelphia Inquirer story, Nash noted that the United States has the world’s highest health-care costs but ranks No. 17 in overall health of its population.

 

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