Does greater spending lead to better outcomes?

01/2/2013 | Reuters

An analysis in the Annals of Internal Medicine revealed 21 of the 61 studies reviewed found a connection between higher health care spending and better patient outcomes. However, researchers noted that 18 studies linked higher spending on care to worse outcomes, while 22 studies were unable to document a clear relationship between spending and quality.

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