Health Care Reform Without a RevolutionLos Angeles Daily Journal (2014)
AbstractHealth care reform is insignificant in comparison to the fundamental purpose of the system it must change. Unlike a terminal illness, which doubles as a harbinger to remind us of the inescapable permanence of death, much of the influence of health care reform over which the nation has debated these past four years will prove to be fleeting at best. Time will shape and reshape the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in ways outside today’s imagination, but the hospital bed, that symbolic and functional centerpiece of American health care, will never be anyone’s destination of choice.
Publication DateJuly 9, 2014
Citation InformationCraig B. Garner. "Health Care Reform Without a Revolution" Los Angeles Daily Journal (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/craiggarner/18/