SPOTLIGHT: Michigan systems unite to save on cancer equipment

Six Michigan health systems have come together in a joint venture to buy a new and costly type of cancer radiation equipment. The five are each kicking in $13 million towards the purchase, in a new approach that could serve as a model for eliminating "arms races" that raise healthcare prices and drain capital budgets. Article

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