Does greater spending lead to better outcomes?

01/2/2013 | Reuters

An analysis in the Annals of Internal Medicine assessing the effect of health care spending on outcomes did not find a clear relationship. Twenty-one of the 61 studies reviewed found a connection between higher health care spending and better patient outcomes, while 18 studies linked higher spending on care to worse outcomes, and 22 studies were unable to document a clear relationship between spending and quality.

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