Saturday, March 27, 2010

Thoughts from physicians on how to control health care costs

From the New York Times article "Doctors Offer Thoughts on Cutting Health Care Costs":
How can the country reduce health care costs while not compromising quality?

During the health care debate, government officials, insurers, drug companies and medical associations all weighed in with their opinions. But what about the people who receive so much of our out-of-pocket health care payments: the doctors on the medical front lines? What do they think the country — in other words, you and me — should do to help moderate costs?
To read the physicians' answers, click here.

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