SPOTLIGHT: Medical consultants advise employees on costs

Patients already have health plans telling you--and them--what treatments they should choose and which are allegedly too costly or inadequate. Now, patients are also getting such feedback from a new class of medical consulting companies whose job it is to steer patients to efficient care options. Article

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