Group Purchasing Organizations: Research on Their Pricing Impact on Health Care Providers

Kohn, Linda T.
March 2010
GAO Reports;3/1/2010, p1
Government Documents
A letter is presented from Linda T. Kohn, director of health care at the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), to Senator Charles E. Grassley, ranking member of the Senate Committee on Finance, regarding the pricing impact of group purchasing organizations (GPO) on health care providers.


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