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Hospital Execs from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and the University of Michigan Hospital Have 4 Confessions: 1) Fee-for-Services Motivates Hospitals

Hospital Execs from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and the University of Michigan Hospital Have 4 Confessions:

1) Fee-for-Services Motivates Hospitals to Increase Costs

2) Medicare and Commercial Insurance Companies Have Not Changed the Dominant Fee-for-Service Motivation with ‘Value-Based’ Payments

3) Hospital Prices Have NO Connection to the Underlying Cost of a Test or Procedure

4) Most Hospitals Don’t Even Know What the Underlying Test or Procedure Cost Is in the First Place

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