Study: Higher Medicare spending doesn't bring better health care

A study from Dartmouth College tracked the use of basic low-cost but effective treatments such as eye exams for diabetic patients and aspirin for heart patients and found Medicare providers in states that spent the most often prescribed these treatments the least. The study's author said it may be that health care providers in higher-spending states employed more expensive, sophisticated treatments while letting basic options go unused.

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