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Consumer Behavior and Care

Presenting Cost and Efficiency Measures That Support Consumers to Make HighValue Health Care Choices
from HSR Volume 53 | Issue 4 | August 2018

Objective: To identify approaches to presenting cost and resource use measures that support consumers in selecting highvalue hospitals.

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