Study faults quality of healthcare amid increased spending
New York Times, September 19, 2008
A study released Thursday by the Commonwealth Fund, a nonprofit research group in New York, shows that the U.S. spends significantly more for healthcare than other countries. It has also found, however, that the quality of this nation's healthcare system is lacking.
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