Friday, June 11, 2010

Bringing Comparison Shopping to the Doctor’s Office

I came across this article in the New York Times and thought it was quite interesting.

A link to the article is posted below-

Ideally, price transparency will lead to higher quality and lower cost health care. However, it may also have several unintended consequences such as pushing smaller provider groups out of practice and lowering appropriate and necessary ultilization rates of health care services.

In any case, bringing price transparency to health care has the power to significantly change the way health care is demanded and consumed in this country.

1 comment:

  1. The writer had discussed really most interesting topic in this post and we should try to contact assistance from a professional writer to get that article of New York time. The way of talking of the writer is really very nice.