Reforming Delivery
De Blasio Brings Common Sense to NYC Health Care?
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  • PKCasimir

    The author doesn’t know much about health care delivery if he doesn’t realize that these are worn-out “solutions” that will have very little effect, not to mention that these steps are to be encouraged, not mandated. The author also doesn’t realize that these “savings” won’t offset the increased wages to municipal workers since the increases move the base line so that all subsequent increases are more costly.

  • Breif2

    “De Blasio promised to increase the wages of public workers while offsetting these increases with major savings on municipal health care costs.”

    When it comes to the savings, I notice the repeated use of the word “hope”. Something tells me that the wage increases are somewhat less dependent on this fine virtue.

    • Dan

      amen, as my wife constantly reminds me “Hope is not a strategy”

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