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Updated:2016-12-01 08:06:02
Comments Print Mail Large Medium SmallSOME SUPER HOSPITALS play such strong roles in the provision of public healthcare that they create a problem by diverting resources and draining talent from local hospitals. Legal Daily commented on Wednesday:In the so-called super hospitals there are about 10,000 beds with the worlds top medical equipment and more experienced clinical faculties and healthcare workers. In other words, the super hospitals have the best talent, equipment and infrastructure.This means patients flood to these hospitals causing management problems, disputes and other issues, and there is a siphoning of talent from grassroots medical institutions. And since the super hospitals use the latest medical equipment, they need to make “super” profits. The result is an increased financial burden on patients.0Hot WordsBacking Brazil beyond OlympicsPing-pong Olympic Champion in dispute with club over unpaid bonusesWant to divorce? 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