By Bill Hammond
New Yorkers who take for granted that their hospitals are top-notch — or good, or even just so-so — should think again. The data suggest otherwise.
On a broad range of benchmarks, the state's hospital system rates not just below average, but at or near the bottom. Beyond a few high-rated institutions, such as New York-Presbyterian and NYU Langone, the industry as a whole is hurting.
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Source: The New York Daily News (via Empire Report New York)