Hospitals can play a key role in decarbonization discussions

As health care systems travel along the path to becoming more green, governments at all levels are nudging — or forcing — them along. Sometimes the regulations created by those governing bodies provide an impetus to advance an initiative, and sometimes they create stress or confusion.

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