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Incorporating Incentives to Reduce Hospitalizations: How and Why It's Working

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    This week, Mark and Margaret speak with Secretary of Health and Mental Hygiene for the State of Maryland, Dr. Joshua Sharfstein, who also served as Chief Deputy Secretary of the Food and Drug Administration. Maryland has major reforms underway in hospital pricing and health care funding that incorporate incentives to reduce hospitalizations - and it's working.

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    This week, Mark and Margaret speak with Secretary of Health and Mental Hygiene for the State of Maryland, Dr. Joshua Sharfstein, who also served as Chief Deputy Secretary of the Food and Drug Administration. Maryland has major reforms underway in hospital pricing and health care funding that incorporate incentives to reduce hospitalizations - and it's working.

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