Americans Pay 4 To 6 Times More For Cardiac Devices Than Europeans
A variety of factors is causing US citizens to pay anywhere from four to six times more for their cardiac implant devices than patients in Germany, Italy and the UK, says a recent blog piece by Cornelia Henschke and Rita Redberg in Health Affairs.
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