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Continued: Mayo Clinic updates its model for the modern age

  • Article by: LORI STURDEVANT , Star Tribune
  • Last update: February 18, 2014 - 5:49 PM

Mayo leaders know they are taking a risk with that response to the economic, demographic, legal and technological changes that are rattling American health care providers. But they don’t seem nervous. Maybe that’s because they have 150 years of institutional history reassuring them that if they make care better for patients, they’re on the right path.

 

Lori Sturdevant is a Star Tribune editorial writer and columnist. She is at lsturdevant@startribune.com.

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