Fed up with high drug prices? Why not make your own?

Well, okay, for most of us that's not very practical. But hospitals have decided that's just what they're going to do: get into the business of manufacturing generic drugs.

"This is a shot across the bow of the bad guys," Marc Harrison told the New York Times. Harrison is the chief executive of Intermountain Healthcare, the nonprofit hospital group that's leading this effort. "We are not going to lay down. We are going to go ahead and try and fix it."

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