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  1. The word “patient” is not mentioned even once in this article.

    This is a playbook for a company servicing junk-bond debt, not for delivering patient-focused and patient-centered healthcare.

    DaVita is a junk-bond healthcare company focused on servicing the debt it accrued by making many of its nephrologists multimillionaires. DaVita also has the worst mortality and hospitalization data in the U.S. dialysis industry (2015 USRDS report, Chapter 10, Tables 10.2 and 10.4).

    • What do you base your low opinion of Davita as a junk-bond indebted company with the worst mortality/hospitalization data in the U.S., and not patient oriented?

      • The USRDS stands for United States Renal Data System. The 2015 USRDS report is on-line. Chapter 10 has data on dialysis providers.

        Also do a Google search for “Davita village of the damned.” Patients are not part of the team at DaVita. It was not surprising that patients were not mentioned in this CLO article.

  2. The word “patient” is not mentioned even once in this article.

    This is a playbook for a company servicing junk-bond debt, not for delivering patient-focused and patient-centered healthcare.

    DaVita is a junk-bond healthcare company focused on servicing the debt it accrued by making many of its nephrologists multimillionaires. DaVita also has the worst mortality and hospitalization data in the U.S. dialysis industry (2015 USRDS report, Chapter 10, Tables 10.2 and 10.4).

    • What do you base your low opinion of Davita as a junk-bond indebted company with the worst mortality/hospitalization data in the U.S., and not patient oriented?


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