Health care systems pricier, but not necessarily better 

Study finds consolidation not paying off in quality or efficiency 

IT’S BEEN A common claim that integrating health care services into a consolidated system would yield better outcomes for patients and be able deliver that care more efficiently at lower cost.  But a new study says it just isn’t so.  In one of the first large-scale analyses of both Medicare and commercially-insured patients in US(...)

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