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Medical Providers and the Supreme Court's Affordable Care Act Ruling

Washington, DC
Friday, July 20, 2012

In the wake of the Supreme Court's Affordable Care Act ruling, Cleveland Clinic’s chief executive Dr. Delos "Toby" Cosgrove discussed how the decision will affect hospitals around the nation. 

As a top Health industry CEO, Dr. Cosgrove offered an inside look at the medical community's response to the ruling and explained how the Cleveland Clinic is able to deliver high-quality care while holding down costs.

He also spoke about how hospitals will need to address the rising costs of medical care and procedures, as well as patient-centered health care and hospital integration required by the law.

The National Press Club hosted Dr. Cosgrove at its weekly Speaker's Luncheon.

Updated: Friday, July 20, 2012 at 4:09pm (ET)

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