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High and rising health care costs. Part 4: can costs be controlled while preserving quality?

High and rising health care costs. Part 4: can costs be controlled while preserving quality?

Annals of Internal Medicine 143(1): 26-31

Several interrelated strategies involving physician leadership and participation have been proposed to contain health care costs while preserving or improving quality.

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PMID: 15998752

DOI: 10.7326/0003-4819-143-1-200507050-00007

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