(Reuters Health) – You might not get what you pay for when it comes to healthcare, a new study suggests.
A report in Health Affairs found little association between how much physician practices charged and patients’ perceptions of their quality of care.
“We’re asking consumers to make a lot of decisions about healthcare purchasing without a lot of information. Price is not really a definitive signal of quality,” said lead author Eric T. Roberts, a health-services researcher at Harvard Medical School in Boston.
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