U.S. health chief offers Rx for hospital cost cuts
Boston Herald, April 3, 2008
During a recent visit to Boston, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Michael O. Leavitt said the increasing number of incentives to provide more and more procedures is the largest contributor to rising health costs. To help streamline costs, Leavitt said the country needs a central billing system monetary quality incentives.
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