Spittin' in the Wind: The `Monopoly' of Local Hospitals
Hupfeld, Stanley, THE JOURNAL RECORD
I try not to be stupid.
And I know there are certain things one must avoid doing in order to remain in the "unstupid" camp.
In the words of singer-songwriter Jim Croce, "You don't spit in the wind, you don't tug on Superman's cape and you don't mess around with Jim."
But recently, a great hue and cry has gone forth over the emergence of some restrictive city regulations that limit the growth of free-standing surgery centers or new hospitals in local markets.
As a health care executive -- as someone who must cope with the onerous burden of federal bureaucracy and regulations each and every day -- I don't often find myself agreeing with a batch of new …
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