Dartmouth-Hitchcock CEO James Weinstein questions whether New Hampshire has long-term health plan
''The arguments I hear in the news are, ‘Are we going to take money or not take money?’ But to what end? To do what? For who? Who’s going to measure it? When that money runs out, what’s the next plan?'' James Weinstein, CEO of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock health system, said in a meeting with the Monitor.
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