“This report shines a spotlight on the important role that less educated employees can and should play in helping the health care system achieve the triple aim of better care, improved health outcomes and lower costs,” said Martha Ross, a Brookings fellow and co-author of the report.
“This report shines a spotlight on the important role that less educated employees can and should play in helping the health care system achieve the triple aim of better care, improved health outcomes and lower costs,” said Martha Ross, a Brookings fellow and co-author of the report. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee
“This report shines a spotlight on the important role that less educated employees can and should play in helping the health care system achieve the triple aim of better care, improved health outcomes and lower costs,” said Martha Ross, a Brookings fellow and co-author of the report. Randy Pench The Sacramento Bee

Nearly half of Kansas City area health care workers lack bachelor’s degrees

July 23, 2014 07:01 PM

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