Price Cheek

April 2011
Best's Review;Apr2011, Vol. 111 Issue 12, p56
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the increasing stress being given by employers and health insurance providing companies in the U.S. to maintain transparency in the cost of medical care procedures.


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