'Perverse incentives' perpetuate use of disproven medical treatments
Cheryl Clark, for HealthLeaders Media, November 1, 2013
In what researchers are calling "the largest and most comprehensive study of medical (finding) reversal," they identify 146 medical practices that have been refuted by subsequent studies, but which continue to be used by providers.
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