Unsurprisingly, mergers have reshaped even nonprofit health care, as formerly independent hospitals have joined into larger systems.
Writing in The New York Times in February 2019, the health-care economist Austin Frakt disputed hospital chains’ claims that consolidation had lowered costs and improved health outcomes.
As costs of health care have escalated, doing more with less has become a universal goal.
Once COVID-19 threatened to overwhelm the New York hospital system, Cuomo was pleading with Washington, D.C., for additional beds.
The Trump administration announced yesterday it would designate meat plants as essential infrastructure and require them to remain open.

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