Two recent reports by the Health Care Cost Institute appear to use an oversimplified analytic approach and draw overly broad conclusions about price variation and price growth variation, writes Aaron Wesolowski, AHA’s vice president for policy research, analytics and strategy. He says their analysis does not address many of the key factors that can contribute to price variation and growth, while ignoring broader trends in the health care market. Read more

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