Missouri should lower barriers for out-of-state charitable medical missions

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February 29, 2012
Show-Me Institute
by Patrick Ishmael  
Posted in Commentary

"Licensing laws are typically seen as a way to ensure that members of a profession are well-trained and, thus, their customers well-served and protected. But could overly restrictive licensing rules actually be bad for customers’ health? There is reason to believe so; restrictive and ambiguous Missouri licensing requirements in health care have kept, and are keeping, at least one charitable medical group that provides free medical care to the needy from operating freely in the state." (02/28/12)


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