El prestigioso Miami Herald ha publicado, en inglés, un reportaje sobre el intento de Leon Medical Centers de llegar a ser un “ejemplo nacional de Medicare de buena calidad, bajo costo al abrir centros de “healthy living” (vida saludable) mientras realiza una importante adquisición de 13 acres en Doral.
Así inicia el reportaje el Miami Herald:
The new treadmills with the fabulous view of Miami’s downtown are ready for use. So are the rooms for dominoes and lectures on diet. The food counter is set up with healthy snacks, such as cups of grapes.All of this will be available for free starting next month to the Medicare members who use the new Leon Healthy Living Center at its West Flagler medical facility — part of the company’s ambitious bid to establish a national model to improve seniors’ health while lowering healthcare costs for the much debated, financially stressed Medicare program.“I don’t have any doubt that we have the best model in order to resolve the issues with the country’s Medicare system,” says Benjamín León Jr., founder of Leon Medical Centers which has seven medical facilities in Miami-Dade but has ambitions to take its model nationwide.
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