The cost of healthcare is based on where you live

Kai Ryssdal, Dan Gorenstein, and Mukta Mohan Dec 15, 2015
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The cost of healthcare is based on where you live

Kai Ryssdal, Dan Gorenstein, and Mukta Mohan Dec 15, 2015
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There’s a study out today that turns some of what we think we know about healthcare economics on its head. Specifically, new data about how much we’re paying for our care and what hospital mergers in various cities have to do with that. Marketplace Healthcare Reporter Dan Gorenstein explains.

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