Consultant and self-proclaimed health care futurist Ian Morrison did not mince words for the opening bell of the annual HFMA conference, held this year in Las Vegas after flooding curtailed the originally planned Nashville venue.
The industry, he said, is hampered by the "fallacy of excellence," namely the idea that by spending large sums on modern hospitals and high-tech equipment, it is somehow fulfilling consumer need and delivering quality care.
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