“If our beds are filled, it means we’ve failed.”
That was the intriguing headline of an ad recently run by Mt. Sinai Hospital in The New York Times. Readers of the newspaper may be forgiven for wondering why the hospital would want to have fewer patients filling beds? Has the hospital’s leadership gone mad?
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