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Published: Saturday, April 5 2014 12:00 a.m. MDT

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anotherview
SLO, CA

"One consisted of a county government that created a central reporting system where the family became the unit to treat."

Co-ordination between providers is beneficial in any system, whether they are Drs. treating a pt., or as Florez suggests, those providing services for people in need. How much flexibility do states have to organize their services so there is more co-ordination?

Ultra Bob
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Every action, every program, every bureaucracy, every creation of every government is rooted in the objective of creating wealth for the people who own and control the government(s).

It will be that way until government can be owned and controlled by the people governed. Only in that unlikely event would the wealth created by the people become the property of the people.

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