Study: Hospitals can save by doing less
Reuters, April 6, 2009
Hospitals in the United States can help patients by doing less and could save at least $4 billion in the process, according to an analysis by Thomson Reuters. The international professional information provider says its comparative analysis can help hospital chief executives lower needless costs by looking for their weak spots when compared to similar hospitals.
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