This blog post is the third in the Supply, Demand and Medicine series on health care reform. That question (or some variation of it) is something that my colleagues and I across the healthcare industry are asked all the time. It’s also something that we spend a lot of time studying. I wish the answer simply was … Continue reading Why Does the U.S. Spend More On Healthcare Than Other Countries?
Working in the health care industry, especially in a hospital, caring for others is a way of life. One of the great things about working at Baylor is, whether you are clinical or not, you feel a genuine responsibility to follow the golden rule, treating others as you want to be treated. Our staff is … Continue reading Oklahoman’s Resiliency Serves As a Lesson For All