And how does being a banker qualify you to run a hospital?
This is about class and money and who keeps it, isn't it?
Should health care be a business?
"Hospital taps former Boston Fed president; Minehan to chair board of Mass. General Hospital" by Jeffrey Krasner and Todd Wallack, Globe Staff | September 20, 2008
Statewide, hospitals are under intense pressure to hold down costs as previously uninsured residents obtain healthcare coverage under Massachusetts' health reform law. Increasing medical costs have made it more expensive for the state to provide subsidized policies for low-income residents. In addition, employers and workers say they can no longer afford annual premium increases that have averaged about 10 percent.
Gee, Ron Paul was right again. Imagine that, huh?
Also see: The Ron Paul Platform: Economic Freedom
The Ron Paul Platform: Money