Groups suggest ways to save up to $1.7 trillion in health costs

06/1/2009 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Several health industry groups, including AdvaMed, presented a list of proposals they say could help the Obama administration save $1 trillion to $1.7 trillion in medical costs over 10 years. AdvaMed said it would implement several cost-savings measures, such as enhancing the design of medical devices to help minimize medical errors.

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