Industry Points To Gaps In Study Naming Imaging As Key US Cost Driver
A Harvard study concluded that higher utilization rates for advanced imaging in the US, compared to 10 other wealthy countries with higher life expectancies, help account for America's unnecessarily high spending on medical care. Industry argues the study misrepresents current imaging use.
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