SPOTLIGHT: Doctors' pay ia a key driver of healthcare costs

Much of the debate over the staggering cost of U.S. healthcare focuses on drug costs, or of late, chronic disease management. But in reality, perhaps the biggest driver of healthcare costs is the amount U.S. physicians are paid, which is two to three times the level of pay in other industrialized countries, some economists say. Article

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