Hospital Closings: Causes, Consequences, and Responses

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Changes in health care often seem glacially slow, but their cumulative effects are profound. Alan Sager, Professor Public Health, Boston University, discusses why larger hospitals and teaching
hospitals have been much likelier to survive whereas Hospitals in black neighborhoods have been much
likelier to close.

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