Jonathan Wynn, 2017 PEP Fellow, contributed to an article exploring the ‘paradox’ of medically overserved communities facing worse health outcomes

“The big flashy hospitals that everybody thinks about when we think about the largess of American health care – and they have incredible accomplishments happening inside their walls –"  Jonathan Wynn mentioned  "One of the things we notice is that not only does it not translate to local communities, but hospitals actually turn out to be pretty poor neighbors a lot of the time and actually have negative effects” Read more here and here

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