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California hospitals' vision, values and conditions for health care reform. California Association of Hospitals and Health Systems



California hospitals' vision, values and conditions for health care reform. California Association of Hospitals and Health Systems



California Hospitals 7(2): 19, 22-19, 22



The hospitals' vision is attainable, but only if the reforms adopted reconcile the dichotomies of universal access, expectations, increasing utilization and rising costs. Rather than defer to the government, California hospitals prefer the development of a meaningful private-public partnership. Incentives are needed which encourage responsible behavior from all parties. Balanced roles and responsibilities provide the best foundation for a long-term solution. By the year 2000, reforms can be implemented and the United States again can lead the world in health and health care.

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