This data brief compares average state-level prices against quality measures for asthma, diabetes and hypertension care and finds that higher prices for medical services are not always indicative of higher quality of care.
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Title: The Price-Quality Paradox in Healthcare
Publication date 2016-03-31
Publication Year 2016
, Eric Barrette
Health Care Cost Institute
North America / United States
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