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Telling doctors the cost of blood tests can reduce spending
Added: Wednesday 8 June 2011
A US study suggests that when doctors are told the exact costs of blood tests, they order fewer of these tests, spending around 25% less as a result. This suggests that making doctors aware of the costs could reduce the number of unnecessary tests ordered.
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