Hospitals use food to boost patient satisfaction

06/23/2013 | USA Today

New Medicare rules under the Affordable Care Act call for paying hospitals based partly on patient-satisfaction scores, a shift that's driving more hospitals to find their way to patients' hearts through their stomachs. A growing number are eschewing institutional food programs for anytime room service and chef-driven menus that also drive costs lower and cafeteria sales higher.

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